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  1. Janine
    Janine August 4, 2010 at 4:50 pm |

    Tina, I used the lavender on my pillow case last night and had perfectly sweet dreams! Thanks so much!

  2. holly
    holly September 12, 2010 at 6:35 pm |

    Patty and George~ I always check out your web site and love it , “Even the web site seems peaceful.” :)My husband and I live on an acerage and are debating between growing lavander or grapes?! We live in Nebraska so I am not sure how our cold winters would affect the plants? We talk to your nephew quite a bit and love him,of course he is our nephew also,as he is married to Korah…Any useful tips on growing , we would love.. Holly

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