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Discussion in 'Herbs' started by digitS', Jul 30, 2017.

  1. Jul 30, 2017
    digitS'

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    Hopefully you get as much or more than last time. Is it hard to grow in our climate?
     
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    From what I read ..

    . production amounts to very little without a growing season of about 8 months, @Collector .

    That 2016 picture was from the better of 2 plants. They went in the pots earlier this year and are taller.

    Steve
     
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    One plant:

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    This plant did much better than those in 2016. However, the original root didn't look so great so it isn't coming in to the kitchen.

    Saying that the original is useful doesn't mean that it is wonderful. I mean, don't these look super useful?!

    :) Steve
     

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