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Hello,

Does somebody has gogt expirience with liquorice growing?
I live in zone 7.

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I have no experience growing licorice, but im going to try it, i bought some seeds and i believe it is hardy in zone 7(im in zone 6/7 too). Probably with some winter protection/microclimate building im thinking i could do it. I also know that licorice is a perennial and you harvest the roots after 3 or so seasons i think.
 
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ordering seeds myself this year..should be hardy perennial in your zone
 
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