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From: starlord@QNET.COM (Slc.Dennis Bishop)

 I got a bunch of seeds in todays mail, i elive they are t.b. seeds,

now i need to know just how to handle them. last year i got some and
soaked them for a week and planted them in a pot full of potting soil
and loal soil mixed. by mid summer the seeds were not there any more,
either worms, or rot? did them in. now should i soak these or should i
just put'm in the same kind of soil all the iris are going in?

btw, thanks jch for the seeds.



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