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International Trading: Have: Brugmansia seeds, freshly harvested

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Wilmington, DE
(Zone 7a)

October 11, 2006
12:45 AM

Post #2805184

Dear All,

The Brugmansia seeds are from two cultivars, both hybrids of uknown lineage. The first is from my pink Brugmansia suaveolens hybrid, see picture for the flower of the parent. The other one is a nice light lemon yellow flowering brug, whose parents at least one partner was 'Pink Ice'. Both are very floriferous and currently are flowering their stems off. I have no idea what these seeds will turn out to be, but maybe they will make a new one that will be the rage in a couple years. I have the seeds separated by cultivar, they are not mixed.

I am looking for salvia seeds from your garden, or make an offer of what you grew that you really liked this year. Thanks!


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Lakeland, FL
(Zone 9b)

November 14, 2006
2:48 PM

Post #2912547

do you still have Brug Seeds?

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