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Re: seed pods

In a message dated 09/06/2000 10:51:11 AM Central Daylight Time, 
butch.graves@sylvania.sev.org writes:

<< speaking of seed pods I have two new scapes on a Christmas tree Gala; will
 the seeds make it to maturity or should I just cut these off and let the 
 use its energy elsewhere?? >>

I noticed in Mark Zilis' new book that he says the seeds are fully mature one 
month after pollination even though the pod is green.
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