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wow those grow over there, im excited im gona be heading to nelson ledges for something in your past time im totally gona be looking for these i just made some awesome pasta sauce,break fast eggs, and rice with these things
These are common in shady riparian zones, which is their natural habitat. They have adapted to growing on compost piles and in garden soil rich with organic matter. I have also seen them growing in great numbers from wood chip mulch. In the wild I usually only find one or two growing together.
I think they have adapted into cultivation, more so than escaped from it.
Created: 2009-05-31 08:14:48 SAST (+0200)
Last modified: 2009-05-31 08:14:48 SAST (+0200)
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