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  1. David Stroud
    11/03/2014 @ 1:17 pm

    Thanks for this very helpful USDA Zone Map!! I’ve always wondered what Zone I lived in. Now I do.
    -David S.

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  2. John Fitzgerald
    03/15/2016 @ 5:04 pm

    This is a great place for beautiful plants. The likes of which I can`t wait to see. I was wondering if I could put these with my sun flower plants as the combo would be magnificent. What time of year to start the planting we are at the Ides Of March and ready for some fun. Aina Haina Alu like dat. About how big can my garden be or how small? How about the soil we are kinda sandy but then we have volcanic soil too . Any advice would be applied.
    Mahalo
    -John Fitzgerald

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  3. David senat
    08/24/2017 @ 9:50 am

    I live in zone 9a&am looking for tips on growing poppies somniferum. It is my 1st time&i have threw seeds out&nothing! Idk if it is where I bought my seeds or what it’s not cold here I hear they like to sprout in the colder temps.i need some tips on growing&where to buy good seeds also ty for your time & info

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    • OrganicalBotanicals
      09/27/2017 @ 9:42 pm

      Ok, well. Sorry to hear about your loss.
      But if u bought from us, you would have received an invoice directing you to all our In-Depth Growing Tutorials.
      We put close to 20 years of info into our Tutorials, so be sure to explore the Menu on our Website.
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