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By Apollyon
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I don't have a real Spatulata so that would be cool :D Thanks!
By ChefDean
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Order received.
Your order number is 0157.
I'll PM you shortly with a mailing address for your SASE.
Thank you for your order.

For Sarracenia or Dionaea seeds, I strongly suggest you use a 70 cent non-machinable stamp on your return envelope. (The inside one) For Drosera, Pinguicula, and Utricularia seeds, the extra postage is not necessary.
If you can't find a non-machinable stamp, I suggest a forever stamp plus a 15 cent stamp or two regular forever stamps on your return envelope.
The USPS machinery loves to crush those seeds. 

Reminder to all:
Please remember return address on all envelopes.
Please remember to write your Forum username and order number somewhere on the envelope or in a note.
I don't have access to a cross reference of real-world names linked to usernames.
Remembering these things helps me fill orders quicker.
Thank you.

Happy growing,
Dean
By Apollyon
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SASE sent out today. Sorry for the delay. I wanted to get a padded envelope for the seeds. No foul envelope this time but I had to make it work. The packing job is next level.
By Apollyon
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Seeds arrived today. Can't wait to get them going. Thanks Chef!
By ChefDean
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Great to hear. However, feedback requested.
My repurposed bubble wrap taco, how did it hold up to protect the seeds?
I'm sending 50 to 60 seeds in each pack, did they survive?
By Apollyon
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ChefDean wrote:Great to hear. However, feedback requested.
My repurposed bubble wrap taco, how did it hold up to protect the seeds?
I'm sending 50 to 60 seeds in each pack, did they survive?
Yeah man, it looks like all of them did survive. That was a great idea. The only speck I saw didn't seem to from the seeds themselves. I had a padded envelope as well though, so I'm not sure if that was a factor or not but I think they should be ok. The envelope was about the same thickness as the padding you used. If not, I'm sure folding it over one more time would do the trick.
By ChefDean
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Thanks, I forgot you went the extra mile with the padded envelope.
I'll solicit more feedback from others for critiques of my method.
Happy growing,
Dean

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