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Old September 10, 2019   #1
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Peace and love. I'm going to have to baby this one. It can grow two feet high and wide and needs to be brought inside if the temperature drops below 65 degrees.

It smells wonderful.
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Old September 13, 2019   #2
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Where on earth did you find this treasure?

Burpee used to carry this as a plant, but no more.

I'd like to grow it for fragrance, and`bragging rights. Hope someone will carry it next year.

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Old September 13, 2019   #3
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Mass Nursery, Todville Road, in Seabrook Texas. I've been researching the plant on the internet and it is apparently very sensitive to any kind of cold. It would be perfect for someone with a greenhouse. I've got a couple of places in the house where I can put it when it gets colder.
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