The woman at the post office is the one who put so many stamps on, All I had to do with it was the 5 stamps inside.
But I did take it as a compliment. Thanks! I just hope they germinate and do well here. I'd always loved the forks, especially, but was apprehensive about them because they don't do well in the long run under grow lights due to their height and I'm scared of my weather here for CPs, but I'm definitely giving lots of CPs a try outside next spring, so I'll be a very happy camper once they germinate so I can see how well they do here. It just gets so hot during the summer and the sun is so intense at such a high altitude. We'll see!
Thanks again for the SASE, I really appreciate the opportunity to try these. And your little seed packets are brilliantly simple. ^.^
Seed_________# of Lots
D. indica "PPF" .........2
D. filiformis "FL RD" ...2
D. venusta ..............1
D. capensis ..............0
D. capensis ‘Albino’ ...1
Everything sprouted this time! Thanks Ian!
These grew from the D. capensis "alba" seeds you sent me a few months ago (that's a four inch pot, btw):
I received someone's SASE. Have no clue whose. Initials: S. H.
It was not done correctly, slip of paper ONLY included my address. Also a Chase envelope was provided to return the seed...I'm not sure if one can do that.
The rules were clearly laid down, were they not?
No complaints here. All seeds were fine. Nice way to send without bubble wrap.You're the first one to tell me something good about my seed packs.