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Posted by dangles none (My Page) on
Sat, May 11, 13 at 2:57

thank u for responding to my question how long have u been growing hippies and do u do your own crosses looking at yor sit it looks as though u are into species the only one I have is papillio if u do hybridising maybe we can swap some seeds with each other regards and happy growing


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I've had hippi's of some sort for over 10 years, started with some random hybrids dug from my neighbours garden and some bought Papilios, been gradually collecting mainly species since. Yes I hybridise, or at least self pollinate . Have gradually added some hybrids into the collection, but only pinks, pastels and greens... Not a red fan, don't know why. Altho I have plenty of Sprekelia scattered around the garden. Do you have any spare seeds right now, I have a few pale mixes, will be planting out in the next day or two.
Cheers, K


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