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Norma Villarreal
Thank you for the article. It's refreshing to learn about fragrance in so many plant's. Especially when one lives in Tx . Wish it wasn't so hot here.
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Norma Villarreal
Hopefully when one lives in a zone 10 where it's so hot . I still enjoy trying to learn and hopefully find a fragrance plant that I can grow.
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rbarai

nice features....article is good

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