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By ChefDean
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Joined:  Tue Sep 18, 2018 12:44 am
My Albino Capes haven't been as productive as last year, but they still got bizzay behind my back and reproduced. Right now, I have enough fresh seed to give away two packs, so that's what I want to do. Possibly more later.
Last year with my Albino seed, there were a couple people that reported germination in five days, but the average was closer to 10 to 14 days.
So, this giveaway will be in the standard format:

1) Me
2) No, me
3) Forget you two, me is in the hizz-ouse!

However, it is only open to new members that have joined on or after April 1st, 2020. I want them to see how easy, challenging, and rewarding growing carnivorous plants from seed can be. Since these seeds do not come from the seed bank, they do not count as a request. You can still make a request if you so desire.
Winners will collect their seed via SASE.
Open to US addresses only.
New members, joined on or after April 1st, 2020.
Drawing in about a week, or until 10 entrants sign up, whichever comes first.
Make it happen!
By Lyra
Posts:  176
Joined:  Wed Jan 01, 2020 6:38 am
optique wrote:From your last years giveaway.
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Those look really nice.

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By ChefDean
Posts:  1897
Joined:  Tue Sep 18, 2018 12:44 am
It's been about a week, so let's do this.
I have two packs to give away, so, based on a completely random drawing, the winners are..... (drumroll)

Pause for dramatic effect.

Participants glancing around.

Ethereal music plays.

Audience whispers quietly.

And the winners are.....
Going to be revealed after this commercial break.
By ChefDean
Posts:  1897
Joined:  Tue Sep 18, 2018 12:44 am
Your cars tires are very important, but they need regular maintenance to have a long life and keep you safe on the road. They can also tell you about potential problems before they become serious.
Inspect your tires weekly. Check for proper pressure as per car manufacturer recommendations. Proper pressure provides a smoother ride and longer life of the tire. Proper PSI can be found on a sticker on the frame of the drivers door.
Check for nails or other foreign objects and have the tire repaired if any are found.
Check for uneven wear. Uneven wear can indicate if your tires are under or over inflated. It can also indicate an alignment issue.
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By ChefDean
Posts:  1897
Joined:  Tue Sep 18, 2018 12:44 am
Welcome back.
(Audience cheers)
The winners are Uxleumas and Bixtor36!
Congrats to the winners, you don't get a crown or a trophy, this ain't that kind of movie bruh.
You get to send me a SASE so I can send you fresh Albino Cape seeds. You get to sow them, grow them, and get to know them.
I want you to name every one of the dozens of babies that may grow, and make sure you set up a college fund for each one.
Or not, your call.

PM incoming shortly with the address to send your SASE.
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By Panman
Posts:  589
Joined:  Wed Mar 04, 2020 8:41 pm
:lol: Dean, I think we would get along real well. Your sense of humor is priceless!
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