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Re: Embroidery Seeds

  • Subject: Re: Embroidery Seeds
  • From: NardaA@aol.com
  • Date: Wed, 18 Aug 2004 09:34:22 EDT

In a message dated 8/17/2004 9:56:29 PM Eastern Standard Time, 
raffi@sympatico.ca writes:
ripe?  The seed-ripening-process, takes a minimum of ten weeks, after
pollination, for seed to become fully ripe, [er so I've seen  (a Doctor Ben
Zonneveld quote?)]

Thanks Bill,  I needed to know about the ten weeks.  Somewhere I had heard 
six weeks and that is tempting.  Especially since school is starting and I am 
anxious that time will catch up with me and I won't have enough time to get out 
there and gather the seeds.

Bill, can you send pictures of the seedlings?  Please?   N.

Narda Miller

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