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On Jun 11, 2014, ginger1952 Lake Charles, LA (Zone 9a) wrote:
Posted on May 30, 2014, updated June 11, 2014
I ordered 48 Flying Dragon seeds from Georgia Vines. I soaked the seeds first and then planted them in vermiculite on 5/3/14. As of today, 5/30/4, only 2 seeds germinated. The seedlings that came up were not Flying Dragon....it looked like a pepper plant. I even checked with our horticulturalist at the extension service and he agreed the seedling that came up was probably a pepper plant...not a Flying Dragon plant. I e-mailed Lori requesting either a refund or the correct seed. I have not heard from her yet.
On June 11th, 2014, ginger1952 changed the rating from negative to neutral and added the following:
Georgia Vines notified me about the negative comment on Dave's and stated she would send me 2 Flying Dragon plants. I received these plants (6/11/14) today. Since I initially purchased 40 seeds for $26.00 and none germinated my cost ended up being $13.00 per plant. That is not exactly the cost ratio I was looking for when I purchased the Flying Dragon seeds from Georgia Vines. I do appreciate the two live plants.
On Nov 30, 2012, g_whizz rosetta TASMANIA Australia wrote:
Ive got liliums after 2 years from seed.,but they certainly arent what I thought I was purchasing...Anyway, I am going to post each picture of each incorrect seedling on 'All Things Plants''..and may I suggest you buy from a genuine breeder, not a fanticiser