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I haven't been around much since my husband passed away suddenly October 9th, 2009. I have since moved to Kansas and have a very small garden since I was in Israel for a month and, of course, it was the best month form planting the silly garden. Next year will be bigger n better...
hey how are you and are you looking for any thing paticular or any thing I ve got some seed for you soon as i get around to send them and could you pm me your addy I deleted all my old messages on acedent
I am looking for the new naga jolka pepper if you run acrost 1 or 2 Ready for christmas?
ive got some red savanas also i have had tie peppers that are next to or above habs but nothing as bad as the fatalli looking fortward to the bhut hey Ive got flowers all over the blue spuds again and some berries started do you want some of them also have some beans comming on i'll take a look at your list again and see if I have anything you dont or at least get you some trading mat
I figure it's a learning curve, took me 3-4 tries before I got my first Blueberry to take and this year I got 8 out of ten. When I lived in Portland I had a so called self fertile Kiwi, one that would take root just by looking at it and thought these would be the same, oops!
I started off with three last fall and still have one left. it put out two nice size leaves then dropped one a couple weeks back, so baiscly I got a stick with one nice leaf on it. I put it outside to fend for it's self its either going to start growing or die.