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Re: growing those streakers, et al

At 04:20 PM 01/13/2000 EST, you wrote:
>Okay, hosta people, what is the perfect depth for planting hosta seeds. 
>Advice differs, and I want to give my 'streakers' the optimum chance to
>I've planted hosta seeds a few years back, but this time
>I want to do it just right.  Gail
As long as you will be covering the flat, with glass or plastic, you can
just press them on the moist surface.  After all, How deep does "nature"
plant them?

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