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eknollman
Ask Tracy......9/23/14.
   
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suzn2105
If you decide to use this plant in your landscape PLEASE, PLEASE do not prune it into a perfect cylinder or pom-pom as so many people in Phoenix do. Just enjoy its natural form and skip the extra yard work.
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mazisoler
LOVED IT! where can I buy its seeds on-line?
   

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