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jeannetteburgess
Christmas cactus and Swedish ivy
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An amazing article! Many thanks! I also enjoyed reading the comments section. A lot of lessons worth checking out, good job people.

   
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phassink

What about morning glory vines? I planted them from seed one year, and they keep coming back! This year I gathered some seeds for my granddaughter for her garden.

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