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Milkweed seeds
  • Subject: Milkweed seeds
  • From: Aplfgcnys@aol.com
  • Date: Tue, 31 Aug 2010 10:44:34 EDT

Earlier this summer I promised milkweed seeds to some of you.
The bloom this spring was spectacular, and I was watching for
the pods to develop, but at some point in this hectic season my
attention lapsed. Recently I realized that something, probably
birds, but maybe chipmunks, was emptying the pods. I searched
diligently and found a few unopened ones and picked them.  They
have opened now and the seeds look pretty good.  If those of you
who asked for them will send me your mailing addresses I will
get them off to you.

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