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Godetias are easy, once you understand

publication date: Apr 1, 2001
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“The retail grower must keep on adding to his assortment of flowers whenever possible. It isn’t enough to grow Snapdragons, Sweet Peas, Summer Larkspur, Stocks and Calendula. These and a few others may be considered the most desirable, but there are always some among your customers who are on the lookout for flowers they have never seen before or are not found in every assortment sent out. If for no other reason...sow some Godetia seed, the first batch in December, to be followed by another in February.”
Fritz Bahr, 1922

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