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Texas Mountain Laurel

Posted by sebastian 8-9 (My Page) on
Sat, Jul 30, 05 at 21:26

Sophlora secundiflora, Texas Mountain Laurel - Do I remove the seeds from the shell or leave in until time to plant?


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RE: Texas Mountain Laurel

remove the red seeds from the shell because sometimes - actually most of the time little critters bury themselves in there and this way you get rid of them before they cause damage to your seeds. That's been my experience with Texas Laurel. Much luck, Flora

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