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#75794 Jun 25th, 2007 at 06:39 AM
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I have some gladiolus seeds.They are fresh.I just picked them this morning and should be dry enough end of week for shipping.From experiance.they'll sprout within 2 weeks& will bloom the following year.I got some seeds from Africa once we're a different type of glad..like a wild type.They recomended planting in sept.lighting and night temps are lower then.If you we're to grow them in a pot.I would use a deeper pot.mine started off fine,but negleted them for 3 days and they roasted.I had 4 left.I guess the roots have to develope their crone.Glads are hardy to zone 6 with mulch.They are easy to overwinter stored in peat.
They are off my orange/yellow gladiolus.I think I learned something too.I can move a sprouted glad before blooming and delay its blooming by moveing it for a later bloom.

I'll split the seeds so are 2 offers& will have some off the later blooming one....later.


looking for different things
Bee balm monarda pink or reds
other rudbeckias
nicotinia
salvias
daylilly seeds
lilly seeds
hysopp
agastache

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njoynit #76816 Jun 26th, 2007 at 09:30 AM
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hello I reply to your post but hey I do not see it anywhere so here goes again?I got salvia's coneflower purple and ruby star coneflower seeds if any of them interst you just let me know!

ladystressout #77879 Jun 28th, 2007 at 04:39 AM
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What kind of salvia seeds?


And I will have 4 more pods when they dry.they've just finished swelling 'to size' so should start drying so can pick& finish drying.


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njoynit #77969 Jun 28th, 2007 at 05:59 AM
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Hello there! I got st.John's fire salvia,red salvia that my girlfriend gave me and salvia hormonium? sage mix. Are you still interested in the coneflower seeds?Waiting to hear from you? Rita

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I know the harmonuim is an annual,do you know the color?I like the st johns fire it looks like the salsa series ones.I'll take st Johns.i'll take the coneflowers too.


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njoynit #81616 Jul 3rd, 2007 at 09:43 AM
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Hello and do not know the color they were mix?Would love to do a trade with you will send you my address and you can give me your address also.Thank you for trading with me! Rita

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Sending out today.stuck ya something nice in there!

I've picked another pod.Its drying.
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njoynit #86162 Jul 9th, 2007 at 01:23 PM
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beautiful picture indeed/I'm also sending you ruby star coneflower and purple coneflower sends beside the salvia's enjoy friend and thank you for trading with me! Iam going to try to send them out in Wed.mail.will let you know for sure bye for now


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