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  • Giel Bijnens 4 years ago

    Nice video

  • Katherine Taylor 4 years ago

    Woo-hoo, chocolate, what's not to love. Happy Mothers Day Liz.

  • Daniel Boulton 4 years ago

    forgot to say don't forget the chocolate mint

  • Daniel Boulton 4 years ago

    Elizabeth you will have to add a black sapote or chocolate pudding fruit  to your choc garden.

  • Ronda Frank 4 years ago

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  • 420Homestead™ 4 years ago

    OMG!!! Someone actually ships tree's to AZ?!?! Yeah checking out the amazon seller and just fyi AZ has a stringent inspection process for plants and tree's coming into the state and people don't ship bare root tree's here because they die durring shipping because the inspection takes approx. 2 weeks. So whoever sold it to you bypassed the AZ inspection. I personally do not care but just be warned if they usda starts an investigation on this seller they will track down everything he has sold and ask for it back. You can just ask Arron Thatcher about how a usda officer came to his house because of some bamboo seeds he ordered.

  • MichaelSerial 4 years ago

    Happy Mother's Day Liz!

  • Janet Cortorreal 4 years ago

    love your necklace :)

  • MsTokies 4 years ago

    you should get a carob tree instead. it's more cost effective. works as chocolate substitute and works in desert or Mediterranean climates depending on variety. you should join some permaculture groups and look up the guilds for your area. you can get cuttings for trees then plant a lot of stuff out for free just by understanding what grows.

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