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November 16, 2013

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loristine

I enjoyed looking at your info from previous years. Was at the airgardens spot n linked in to here. Anyways, I've grown date palm trees from seed at an altitude of near 6000ft but they do NOT live outdoors. I know they wouldn't survive. And originally the idea was sort of like bonsai but I can't torture plants like that. After 10 yrs, they are still pretty short because they don't get a lot of transplanting. BTW, they really do propagate faster in towel n ziplock, but they still take a lot of sun n time to grow. What I really liked looking at was your pics of plants grown hydroponically. So encouraging for us novices who aren't into high cost/maintenence. Very interesting stuff/ideas here. Thanks!

Janet Ann

What a delightful comment loristine !

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