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Keliyarn Posted - 02/24/2011 : 09:36:34 AM
Has anyone started plannng there garden for this Spring? I love the colors and the best part is that they stay..just as long as acid dyes...tried a test swatch (washed it, dried it in the sun) and it looked just as good!!
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La galloise Posted - 02/26/2011 : 3:29:36 PM
Today I potted up the two indigo plants that have germinated so far, I may try growing some madder.Otherwise I use herbs and flowers from the garden and I am lucky enough to have a walnut tree.
What will you grow?
Mary

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