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Re: seedling question

In a message dated 03/15/2000 7:55:01 PM Central Standard Time, 
NardaA@aol.com writes:

<< You have a 1000+ coleus, wow, rare seeds or the common kind?  They have 
 awesome coleus at Glasshouse Works but they are from cuttings.  You know I 
 never thought of sowing Coleus seed, where did you get them? >>

Coleus are easy from seed, I started some a few weeks ago and already have a 
good mix of diffrent color forms.  The all red ones grow slow though, so one 
needs to segregate out the real dark ones form the ones with more green.


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