Well, with nothing to do, I got bored. So I had a nice little bare spot where I did have fine pine bark stored for use in potting my plants. The soil looked great and I thought if I squeezed the seeds in pretty tight I might get all the sprouted ones planted there. I just lined out a row with some stakes and a string, and started planting. I just used an old homemade tool to scratch out the rows and ended up with four nine-ten foot rows of seeds, about 20 crosses. I have no idea how they will do being planted in December, but I thought it worth the effort just to find out. But no, I have yet to grow anything that I feel really excited about, but I keep trying, who knows these might be just the ones I have been waiting on. At least a few of these were more than a named cultivar crossed with another named cultivar. Many of these were crossed with some of my own seedlings.