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I'm getting antsy, waiting for spring.

Here are a couple indoor projects to make the wait a little easier.

grow your own lemons, limes...

grow your own pineapples

Enjoy!
 
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I heard there is a Chilean pineapple which can tolerate a zone 6 winter or below, outdoors. Anyone know more details?
 
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