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Re: [IGSROBIN] 'crysanthum'


It's an erodium, I think.  The heat killed it last year before I got to be
overly familiar with it.

I was potting up angel cuttings that were started 5 or 6 to a 4" pot of
perlite that had rooted sufficiently to transplant into 4s with regular soil
mix, and moving 4" zonals into 6 1/2" pots because I had some left over and
wanted to use them up.  Oh, and about 3 dozen gourds seedlings that started
out life in a ziplock baggie of perlite after the cats knocked the packet of
seeds into their waterbowl and they soaked overnight.   :-)   I've got lots of
miniature gourds if you want to try some!


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