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RE: Mailing Pollen

Mailing pollen sounds like it could be a great 
idea, I know that I plant some of my cultivars 
in the back so that they will bloom at a 
different time and give me more opportunity for 
different crosses.

I wonder if the post office would approve 
though?  I think I would be sure to include a 
note explaining what was inside just to avoid 
starting a scare if it got opened by the wrong 

Robin Shadlow
zone 5  NE

where the SDB's are going strong and the first 
IB Fast Forward opened just in time to get 
smacked by a box being blown around in the 
storm this morning.  

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