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    How about some gammae? They germinate as fast as anything I can think of (though not technically seeds) and the plants do stay small.
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    Hello,

    Perhaps consider the alpine strawberry http://www.territorial-seed.com/stor...pine_P2324.cfm
    The radish might work also as it is a very fast growing plant to about 3" although will eventually send out a flower/ seed stalk up much higher.

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    Try chia seeds as in chia pet.
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    Hey all!


    I've used mondo, works well... and I want to continue using it... but need some variety =\ ...

    I've definitely thought about chia... so far it's the front runner.

    The others, I'm going to investigate....

    Any other suggestions.

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    I would suggest running cedar but its rather rare (and protected I think) and also not real "thick". But it has a tree-like look and stays small. Over Christmas I saw an ocean of it in the woods behind our house. (Sadly, that area is being marked for development... [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile_h_32.gif[/img] ) It just breaks my heart that all that running cedar will be destroyed.
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    Wonder if some varieties of bonsai could stay that small...

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