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Re: pod ripening


At 04:40 PM 09/08/2000 -0400, N. wrote:
<< Bill, have you tried harvesting seeds after thirty days and germinating 
them?   Just thought I would ask?  N. >>

N.  ARE U SUGGESTING? ..that the undeveloped & white-looking seed-pulp; 
which is developing inside a 30 day old hosta-seed-pod -- WILL SPROUT 
PLANTS?   and....

If you NARDA? ..or anyone else! ..has successfully sprouted seed, taken 
from a one month old pod <-> pray tell? <-> which variety of hosta was this 
done with/etc? -- else don't waste our time with your *ONE LINERS* ..THANK 
U KINDLY? ...and remaining

HOSTA'LLY yours

WiN = William Nash\Canada




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