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Cranberries, Potting Soils, and a Too-Tall Houseplant

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Ellen and C.L. talk about cranberry recipes that go beyond the traditional “cranberry sauce.” They discuss potting “soils” and their composition, and give a listener advice about a Dracaena fragrans (aka corn plant) that has gotten too tall. 

:31   What’s For Dinner:  Cranberries

8:23   Eat/Drink/Grow:   Potting Mixes

24:26  Love Letters and Questions: From Bailey, a tale of the too tall dracaena

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