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Aloe vera in pots, taken as pups from potted motherplant.
Potted pineapple, grown as a sucker from the motherplant. The one imaged is still young and growing
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A pot of rosemary grown in a sub-tropical climate
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My Bed of Rosemary is out of control ... any suggestions for a recipe?
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Verry Colorfull chili plant with small but spicy fruits
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my first zucchini :)
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Italian Purple (Turban) Garlic
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New baby tree just arrived
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My baby dragonfruits
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This is the biggest tomato success from the first try (so far)
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