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Re: Seeds


I'll go along with pretty much all of what Glen wrote.  Getting them to germinate is easy.  Culling is hard.  But the hardest part is throwing them away after you've grown them for five years cause you thought they were going to be great.  Most of the time they ain't.

Chick
 www.bridgewoodgardens.com

Glen Williams wrote:

Hi Ray ,

 I am going to write this  as if I were right about the entire process of
seed collection  as well of the adventure  of raising them. There are a lot
of ways to get there but this is how I do it. No other claims. I hope that
there are other voices.
 


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      • From: gw1944@vermontel.net (Glen Williams)



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