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May 19, 2013

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Deirdre in Seattle

I think I'd go with Eddie's White Wonder. I think there are more interesting species or cultivars of most of the others.

coriander leaf

There is no doubt in it that this are the plants of the century.These are plants with impact at two, three or perhaps four different seasons.

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