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weeds are plants too

I'm almost afraid to ask this.  (Dewey, take a valium before you read this.)

Now before any of you southerners go berserk, remember that I live up north 
and that hard frost kills even the most invasive tender weeds.

So with that in mind, what's the best way to grow Gonatopus?  How much sun 
optimizes growth?  Is it best in sandy, loamy or boggy soil?  How much (and 
how frequently) should I fertilize it?

How tall with they get when mature?


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