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Drying Sedum Autumn Joy

  • Subject: Drying Sedum Autumn Joy
  • From: "Robert Steele" samstee@tds.net
  • Date: Wed, 24 Sep 2003 17:50:05 -0500

I have a nice patch of Sedum Autumn Joy and my wife would like ot know if it
is possible to dry them and if so how? Does she need to use silica gel or
can she dry them by hanging upside down in the garage?

Thanks
Bob
NE WI

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