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August 23, 2019 6:55 pm  #1


These sound interesting!  I've never heard of them before but it sounds like something I'd like to try both growing and eating.  Too late in the season now (at least in this area) so I'll wait til next spring and plant them in bigger pots on the back deck.  They can vine up the deck railings and onto the larger railing at the top.  I'll probably just experiment with one pot and see how it goes.  Some things I just don't have a green thumb for.  I plant mostly in pots for the past few years because even with a fenced in yard, gardens seem to attract all kinds of wildlife and we even get the bigger deer jumping the fence and ruining my rose bushes and my citrus southernwood.  Not to mention, the deer will eat almost anything available in a yard including my lilac bush leaves.  They tend to leave the flowers alone while they're in bloom, but will eat them after they start turning brown.

Anyway these are kind of interesting to learn about and maybe you'll decide to give them a try.

A government which robs Peter to
pay Paul can always depend on
the support of Paul.
-- George Bernard Shaw

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