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By Intheswamp
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I guess that one seed liked it’s new digs in L.A. :mrgreen:

I think it truly comes down to the luck of the draw when a crop of seeds has questionable germination rates. I’ve got two six inch pots of d. Regia seeds that are three months with nothing showing…I’m about ready to disc them under and plant water melons. ;) Same thing with some other sundews and some other sarrs. But, hey, if you don’t rolls dah dice you ain’t gotta chance of winning!! :D
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By andynorth
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Intheswamp wrote: Tue Nov 07, 2023 7:28 pm The leuco-leuco-oreo-thingamajig seeds came from Chef. As I recall it was a premature birth of these seeds and they came with a caveat. ;) I'll post the results of them here....I haven't planted them yet.
I believe I have a couple that sprouted. I will get a pic and post soon.
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