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July 18, 2009 @ 7:17 am | Filed under: , ,

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    Penny in VT says:

    Huzzah!!! Are these from the seeds I sent?

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    sarah says:

    Sooooo jealous!!!! Maybe we’ll be next. The milkweed (three different varieties, all from your yard) have taken off this year), but no sign of eggs or caterpillars.

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    Beth says:

    Oh, how lovely! I have milkweed in the yarden for the first time this year — am hopeful.

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    sarah says:

    congratulations 🙂

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    Melissa Wiley says:

    Alas, Penny, I think I murdered your seeds. Nothing came up, and I wonder if failed to water them enough for our arid clime…but I still think of every time I look at our milkweed, the slender pods bursting… 🙂

    Both my parents AND my husband surprised me (and each other) with the gift of milkweed plants on our wedding anniversary in May. We’re a mini-milkweed farm now!

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    Penny in VT says:

    Nice!

    Sorry the ones I sent were a flop – but I love the story of the milkweed plant gift extravaganza!

    Ah, well, at least the acorn caps worked out!

    It’s all good!