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4 o'clock seed question

Posted by proudgm_03 5b MO (My Page) on
Sun, Aug 24, 08 at 19:10

Here is a picture of different size 4 o'clock seeds that I have collected from my plants. At first the ones I collected were the size on the left. Now I am seeing the big ones (about the size of a small pea) on the right. Which ones are the good ones? I don't remember planting seeds as big as the big ones.

4 o'clock seed


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RE: 4 o'clock seed question

either size will and does usually grow and does well but the differance is usually the amount of water that the plant recieved while in bloom


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RE: 4 o'clock seed question

Thanks! I've never seen such big 4 o'clock seeds before. Gotto go out and harvest them this evening.


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RE: 4 o'clock seed question

  • Posted by remy 6WNY (My Page) on
    Mon, Aug 25, 08 at 23:26

ProudGM,
Sometimes seed do vary in size and/or color. More important is that they are hard, plump, and not crushable for round seed or bendable for long seed. Easily crushed seed is a sure sign that they are not viable.
Remy


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