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Re: seed auction/sales

From: Chad Schroter <Chad.Schroter@quantum.com>

Kathy Guest wondered if people were interested in buying seeds of known
crosses....  This is done already among some hemerocallis fanciers, and the
seed rate is in excess of $1.00 PER SEED - the odds of a great seedling
would not seem to justify the price.

I would be interested in buying seeds from crosses among new introductions
as a way of buying into the gene pool sooner than getting the intros myself.
But the prices would have to be more reasonable since maybe 1/50 - 1/100
would turn out to be representative of the parents.

Chad Schroter
Los Gatos California
Zone 9

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