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Old June 6, 2017   #1
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Default DFollette's 11x-F4-1,6,8

I set out my winter-grown micro/dwarfs a month ago and they seem to be enjoying a
more natural environment. Nights have been 45-55 and days vary from 60-80.

Tough plants. I let them cascade and do as they want. Massive bloom. Some young fruit.

Not bothered by any sunburn or the tortoise beetles some other plants have suffered.
Unheard of for me to have fruit forming early June.

The smaller gallon pots have a selective micro/hunting still F4, but have some F5's
about ready to pot up...
(the gallon pots have bloom already at 5-6 inches)

A RedRobin in the mix and a RL unknown but in my files...will know when it fruits as
i only grew two others.
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