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Re: wow! Philodendron / seeds

>If people go
>into this with their eyes open and with the knowledge that it is likely that a
>high percentage of the seed may not be viable, then why not! Its fun trying to
>raise Philo seedlings and you never know, you may end up with a plant or 
>two that
>you might not have been able to get by other means.

YES. "Eyes wide open". if you realize that this is a possible failure and 
think of it as a gamble, of course.  i have wound up with one or two 
plants, when i had ordered and paid for very expensive Cycad seed. years 
later, i am glad to have the plants, but at the time, i was looking forward 
to being able to distribute the plants widely. it was not so much the money 
as the disappointment.


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