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I love this article, and have reposted an excerpt with a link back to you on my facebook page and on our farm website.
Here in zone 6, I let a couple of my lettuce plants go to seed right in the garden. They will self-sow and come back up the next year, with no work from me. Less work is always a good thing!
Thanks for the article.
I really, really love your page. Wouldn't it be great if everyone would landscape with pollinators in mind??!! Better yet, landscape with edibles, too. Win-win.
I'm going to cross post this article on my page, it's a great list. Thanks!
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