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Re: Psuedodracontium , horizontal planting ?

At 08:09 AM 9/12/2008, you wrote:

If you don't mind appearance, a section of concrete sewer pipe stood on end would give you a 3-5 foot tall pot.  It is easy to unpot also - just tip it over at an angle and have at it with your garden hose.  In England some parsnip enthusiasts (nuts) stack a bunch end-to-end, fill them with damp sand and then plant a parsnip seed on top.  The goal is to grow a world record parsnip.

have you ever seen a champion LEEK?

one of the most terrifying vegetables in the world.

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