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    You sure you're giving them enough light? I've heard if they don't the color fades.
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    IT will come back

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    Nice. It's great to grow anything from seeds. Have fun with those.

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    Yeah, I am sure these will be fine. All I keep reading is how hardy these guys are... they could probably survive nuclear winter. . . .

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    Nice!
    Mine were bigger befor I even noticed them....you have good eye-sight.
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    I just received some capensis seed from a member here and am waiting for it to sprout, and I think I'm going to end up with a forest too. How old should you let them get before you prick them out? and, do you guys typically thin them out, and what criteria should be used to find the best/most vigorous/desirable seedlings?

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