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Re: argemone source?


>does anybody know where i can get ahold of seeds for various forms of
>Argemone, the prickly poppy.  I am especially interested to types native
>to the west coast as well as the ones I saw growing in the black hills
>of south dakota last summer.  many thanks. matt

Matt, I was going through some old messages and found this one.  I have the
white prickly poppy ending its bloom now and I bet there are some white
seeds.  The yellow is just coming into bloom so I'll expect seed in a few
months.  I could send you some seed of the white if you'd like.

Nan
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Nan Sterman
San Diego County California
Sunset zone 24, USDA hardiness zone 10b or 11

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