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|Comment||Thank you so much for answering my questions. The link to the cold frame is great as I was wondering what I could do without it blowing into the next county. I will build my own so having a visual is most helpful. The really neat article about the outdoor bogs was an added bonus. Alas due to climate change I fear my territory is too labile for that set up, but that said, maybe I will take a risk and experiment with some of my brood. Exposure is important and I would have messed up and picked West, so thank you for not forgetting that question. Take care. You are the best!|
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