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ian gusser

quid?

   
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printesa

I wanted to mention that the tops should be cut before the seeds form. They spread a lot and you will have thousands of plants that are difficult to remove

   
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Jacy Garrison

I am attempting to grow some of these from seed this winter (winter sowing) and I hope I get some to germinate as I would love to incorporate these into my gardens. I absolutely ADORE this plant!!!

   

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