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Hi Colleen,
well the day of reckoning is here.  All you seed pods have been collected, dried and are in seperate envelopes ready for shipment.  The box is a 10 x 6 x 6 and weighs 1.5 lbs.  how do we go about sending it to you?  Our end is easy, your end is probably much more complicated.  you had a great success rate on your crosses....hope you have some acerage available.
best regards

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