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Re: Seedling divisions

In a message dated 3/21/99 11:03:41 AM Eastern Standard Time,
seabeth@heart.net writes:

<<  Is it unusual for a seedling to make divisions before
 flowering? >>

no it is not.....it is my opinion that you are moving to a new level of
seedling care, and it is showing up....

if you near nirvana...that place of perfection, you will get some of your
seedlings to flower.....then you wonder what the heck to do then....because if
you are outgrowing you plantstand with the plants...wait until they send up a
flower scape......
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