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November 16, 2010


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Gorgeous color and bokeh in the images of stocks. I love their fragrance but had NO idea they were so hardy.


Here in the Gulf South, we plant stock in the fall not spring, and it blooms all winter, surviving our short freezes.

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I love the fragrance of Stock. Tried it once in Virginia, can't even remember why it didn't do well....will blame the voles. :-)


Those stock look heavenly. I don't think they'd grow here except during a warm winter -- in summer they'd melt like ice cream!

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