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[IGSROBIN] The Geranium Twist!

Ingrid...out here in Southern California we have a name for that method of
gathering geranium plant material. It's called, "THE GERANIUM TWIST." I've
been proudly doing it everyday out here on the ancestral farms grounds. At
first I was hiding them under my blouse, then after a while I realized these
ancestral farms will tell no tells of the GERANIUM TWIST so I got brave and
walked with them proudly in my hand!
Cynthia Pardoe

Cynthia Pardoe

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