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A Sight I Love

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I know, washies are easily germinated, but I love when I see that first little blade emerging for all of my seeds. Why not share the moment. 

 

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Glad that little sprout brings you joy. I think many can agree with your enthusiasm no matter what the species. It sure is a cute li'l pup.

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The birth of life! 

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