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Me again.....I could do the cavolo & find something else thatwould not cross??
Alternatively, with an outbreeder like brassicas, you can plant several varieties together, let them cross, and then let people have the seed. With a few years' selection they'd have their own varieties.
I could certainly add some of that type of thing to the circle this year if it's of interest. Then people could make their own selections and create new varieties, or keep them all mixed up if they wanted.
MorningWould anyone be interested in potato onions (originally from pontyzfield nursery) or would these make the packages too bulky?
Feeling quite nostalgic today. I have just been outside digging the bed with the winter radishes, then selected and replanted 18 nice ones for seed. Which I also did almost to the day 6 years ago. The request to join the seed circle was my first post on A4A and the radish was the first ever veg grown for the seed circle. Lets hope the next generation of radishes (still from that seed) will in turn grow good seed too
Saying this quietly as if they know they will go all diva! Tomato Gazzi Yellow Egg, peas......Lincolnshire...Llanover.....Ave Juan... Newick...Champion of England...Sharpes Liberty.. CFB Neabel's Ukrainium. Fingers crossed see you on the other side!! Good luck chaps.
As galina says they are fine to add to the parcel, you may need to watch the weight of the parcel you are sending in so it is not too costly. Depending on what else is added to the parcel, we can look at postage later on if it looks like it might be is getting close to the limit.
Hi jay,I am in The wrong place but just testing new log In jeaannine
Jayb, oh lovely collection of very unusual South American herbs. Hope they will do well for us. Hard to imagine that these tiny seedlings will grow so tall. Better luck for them this year.
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