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Can anyone spare ashitaba plants?

Posted by RodneyJS Cerritos, CA (My Page) on
Sat, Nov 5, 11 at 23:14

I am looking to acquire some ashitaba plants. Does anyone have any to spare?


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RE: Can anyone spare ashitaba plants?

You'll find several places that sell the seeds of this plant, on line.


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RE: Can anyone spare ashitaba plants?

I have two plants which I grew from the seed my two Horizon Herbs plants produced. Originally there were three but I shared one with an Amish neighbor who had a greenhouse and better growing conditions. She is moving to Michigan so I won't learn.
Now, I believe they can be started with cuttings from my plants. I just took a few cuttings today and will get back to you if you request on this. I am willing to share if it is possible to mail the plants and not too costly.
Later, Marilyn


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