frankrichards16 said:Sounds like a lot fun for only $2 a seed.
Unless it takes 100 years or so for the seeds to sprout...
DavidLMO said:Thanks Jay!!
Good grief those shipping rates are outrageous - but aren't they all now a days. I recently bought 7 packs of seed from Parks and the shipping fee was 7 $ on a $22 order.
Pistil said:I have read that some plants that people want to pollinate from another that blooms at a different time, they freeze or refrigerate the pollen until needed. Maybe you could trade something with another ATPer for pollen, kind of like artificial insemination of cattle ;-) That way you only need one plant to make seeds..
Pistil said:What will you do with it once it grows, it looks like a beached giant squid (not being snarky, when I looked at the photos and descriptions I started wanting one too)?
Pistil said:We are all such enablers. You could also start a co-op to buy those seeds. I had fun the other day making a list of all the seeds I wanted from Plant world Seeds. It came to $150! I guess I better pare the list down a bit.
Bubbles said:Out of curiosity, I checked out johnsonm08's plant list. Surprised to see two photos of my plants on the first page. Most of the photos of his "haves" are actually ATP members' photos.