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CULT:Neomarica seeds

  • Subject: CULT:Neomarica seeds
  • From: Bill Shear <wshear@hsc.edu>
  • Date: Fri, 07 Sep 2001 09:25:25 -0400

I have distributed all of the Neomarica seeds I have right now, but there
are still some envelopes on hand.  Please be patient; more pods are
ripening.  However, after today I should not accept any more requests,
anticipating only enough seed for those envelopes on hand.

Bill S.

PS--however, if you are interested in trading for bulbs of Ferraria crispa,
Lachenalia aloides, Lachenalia mutabilis or Chasmanthe sp., contact me
off-list. I have a lot of these and will be generous.  I also have a few
small corms of Moraea aristata to trade.  I'm primarily interested in other
Cape bulbs or in orchid plants.

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