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Can my CDT eat this

Discussion in 'North American Tortoises (genus Gopherus)' started by ChristyK1975, Jul 2, 2019.

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  1. ChristyK1975

    ChristyK1975 New Member

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    Please let me know if this is ok for my CDT

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    Those are typically referred to as “hardy hibiscus “ due to their ability to thrive in more northern/colder climates. Where y’all are at ya should have zero problems growing those nice tropical types with the deep red or deep yellow blossoms. Y’all are lucky. I’m growing only Rose of Sharon here at my place and it’s not putting out like I wish it was.

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