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Pam Peirce

Hi Lotus,

Yes, late harvests are a perk of our late rainy season. We love them, but I am left with an uneasy feeling--hoping for some rain in the first months of 2012.
Glad to hear your African blue is thriving. Mine too. Pesto from garden basil in January! What a treat!

Lotus

We picked cherry tomatoes for our Xmas dinner salad! Pam, we met you at the Hercules Library book signing, and wanted to let you know that the African Blue Basil you recommended is doing great and I put one plant indoors so I'm still harvesting that as well. Pesto all winter!

Lotus in Berkeley

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