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Re: CULT: germination


From: "sidneygardener" <sidneygardener@email.msn.com>



Christy,
Two more I. pumilas up, one more I. longipetala, and one I. tectorum. I also
have a pot of Lilium martagon alba which have popped up lately. Would you
like some lily seeds? They seem to germinate pretty easy even for a beginner
like me.

Sidney Gardener

In beautiful sunny, snowy, windy, cloudy, rainy, you name it we've had it
all this weekend.

>
>I'd like to hear how the rest of you are doing with your seeds, too.
>
>Christy Hensler
>Newport, WA z4b
>
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