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CULT: Pardancanda seeds.

  • Subject: CULT: Pardancanda seeds.
  • From: "albee703" <alhbee@aol.com>
  • Date: Wed, 23 Jan 2002 03:11:01 -0000

On an errand to Lowes for tile supplies,I wandered through the meager 
garden section. What to my wandering eyes should appear but racks of 
Burpee seeds. To my surprise I found packets of pardancanda seeds. 
About 20 seeds in a pack for $2. 

I have a pot with pardancanda seeds, from my heavy handed attempts at 
hybrizing, in the ground. The new seeds I'm going to hang in the 
commode water tank for 30 days and then stick in the ground. See what 
happens with different methods of vernalization. 

Al Bullock
Z7 No. Va. 

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