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May 12, 2011


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Paula H.

You'll have to let me know how this works out for you. I've tried it on two seperate occassions with no success. I almost bought some from Sunnyside this weekend that was well started and ready to harvest after one year. I'm not sure I want to throw away another $20...

Janice Miller-Young

Yes, I will let you know.... in 2 years when I can harvest it!!  I know others who have had trouble with it too, so I was very careful to amend the soil deeply etc. as all the books etc. say.  I planted it at my old house a year or two before I moved so never got to harvest any and Ive been wanting to try again.  We will see.

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