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Re: Glaucidium fresh seed question

Can you ship it in a ziploc bag w/ some damp potting soil?

Pam Evans
Kemp, TX
zone 8A
----- Original Message -----
From: Kitty
Sent: 9/13/2004 8:52:13 PM
To: gardenchat@hort.net
Subject: [CHAT] Glaucidium fresh seed question

> Gene, or anyone,

> My Glaucidium seed pods were just beginning to crack open so I harvested

> them.  This is one of those seeds that needs to be sown fresh.  I do still

> lay it out to dry, though, don't I?  I plan to send some to a friend in

> Canada and I don't want them to rot on the way, but I want her to get them

> as fresh as possible.  So what is the procedure for harvested seed that

> needs to be fresh as possible for sowing but is being mailed?


> Kitty


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