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genetic breakthrough for new variety of tree

Posted by mstywoods zn 5 - Westminster, (My Page) on
Sun, Apr 1, 12 at 22:41

O'Tooles has developed an exciting new tree for our area - check it out! The Spaghetti Tree ....

Available for the first time in the U.S., these unique trees make a great addition to any garden. Spaghetti Trees love the full sun and are hardy to Zone 3. They are very drought tolerant but tend to be heavy feeders. Use a balanced organic fertilizer once every 6 weeks during the growing season. Harvest when spaghetti is limp but not soggy. Try throwing a piece against the wall. If it sticks, it's ready to harvest. Plant with tomatoes and basil for a full pasta garden!

Happy April Fool's Day! ;^)

I got this ad from O'Tooles, and had to pass it along!!

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RE: genetic breakthrough for new variety of tree

Does that tree come with a cookbook . . .

. . .

that you can cook, Marj?

Steve's digits

RE: genetic breakthrough for new variety of tree

If your post was any other day of the year-----I'd be looking for one!
Happy April Fools Day!

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