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Thu Feb 27 2014, 10:41
last year I saved seeds from the flowers I grew, marigolds,viola,pertuna, and none of the saved seeds have given any shoots yet,but the ones that I have bought are showing shoots, So I'm binning the planted saved seeds and replanting the same with bought seeds to see if there's any differance,
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Thu Feb 27 2014, 11:02
I know Marigolds are usually reliable as I have done this myself, mainly bcause Marigold seeds are so easy to collect/sow given their shape. Give them a little longer Tom, you never know. Smile 
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Thu Feb 27 2014, 11:06
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Thu Feb 27 2014, 12:14
yea i think your right VG, I've bought some anyway so I'll plant them as well, I've plenty room for seed trays, and don't call me shirley,  Very Happy 
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Mon Apr 14 2014, 23:42
I have a shamrock grown from a cutting about 7 years old, this year it has dropped seeds so I have planted em, no signs as yet.

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