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Just interested in how your older plants have done?  did they come back to life?  Also, how have you done with the seed I sent?  I transplanted all of mine a few weeks ago and it looks like they have all made it through the process.  They certainly are a hardy as hell.  
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Hey Craig, they did come back and look like they are doing fine.  The seeds you sent have all sprouted (I started them late) and will be going into the ground soon.  I'm planting most around the outside perimeter of my chicken run with the hopes that they will grow thru the fence and help feed the chickens.  Thanks again for hooking me up
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