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Re: seeds to split

Dear Brian,
Be cautious with ordering seed from this source, there was a LONG discussion
a couple of years ago about this supplier, and if I remember seed was
ordered much like what you suggest, and from what I remember it was not all
positive!   Lots of these plants are available here, and seed loose their
viability fairly quickly, and you can not know when the seed he may send was
collected! Most Philodendron seed are tiny, and difficult to grow.  In my
opinion there are easier ways to waste money.   Ask the members what their
experiences have been with  seed ordered from this Co., or search the
archives of the list to see what the story is.
Good luck,

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