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What are some good plants that I can plant to make incense any suggestions?
 
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By incense, did you mean as a stick to burn or just nice smelling herbs such as different sages? or to make into essential oils? Any scents in particular?
 
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Hand rolled and cones. I would like to grow some and dry them and use them in the mix.
 
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