Monday, February 8, 2016

Extra Seed - Willing to Share

Garberia (Garberia heterophylla)

                                              Woody Goldenrod (Chrysoma paucifloculosa)

I have more seed from these 2 species than I can use. If any of you wish some of it before its viability declines, please send a SASE to me and I will share some. BOTH of these are woody shrubs that require deep sandy soils and full sun. They can tolerate temperatures into the low 20's F, but have done well in our Pinellas County landscape where it rarely, if ever, freezes. Send the SASE to: Craig Huegel, 9900 133rd St, Seminole, FL  33776

19 comments:

  1. I am interested in the Garberia. Sending you a SASE.

    Thank you for sharing.

    FlowerLady

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  2. I'm interested in both, I'll send out the SASE tomorrow! Thanks!

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  3. Thanks in advance, Craig, for sharing the seeds. They'll be planted on the unused acreage behind our church - a former cropland. Flowers will make a cheerful background for the 42 garden plots in our community vegetable gardens.

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    1. I'm so disappointed. My SASE mailed to 9900 113rd St, Seminole, FL 33776 came back yesterday marked "no such number"??

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    2. Hello, My sase also came back.

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    3. maybe the postal code is 33772.

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  4. Thanks for the recent visit, we had a great time. We are interested in the seeds if still available. Will send a SASE tomorrow.

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  5. Still have some seed:
    Craig Huegel
    9900 133rd St
    Seminole, FL 33776

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  6. Still have some seed:
    Craig Huegel
    9900 133rd St
    Seminole, FL 33776

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    1. Craig,
      Thanks for the seed.
      Do you have any tips for germination?

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    2. Mr.Huegel you are very generous. Thank you for the seeds.

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  7. Do you have any seeds left?

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  8. yes - 9900 133rd St, Seminole, FL 33776 send SASE.

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    1. Mailing out a SASE today. Thanks!

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  9. yes - 9900 133rd St, Seminole, FL 33776 send SASE.

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  10. Germination tips: I sow both just beneath the soil surface. You will get better germination if you sow in a flat with potting soil and then transfer seedlings to small pots prior to planting out in your landscape. Plant seedlings when well established, but small. The Garberia comes up as a rather robust seedling, usually in ~2 weeks maximum. The woody goldenrod comes up quite small and then forms a rosette of narrow leaves near the ground.

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  11. Received my seeds today - thanks!

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  12. I'm hoping you still have some extra seeds... Do you?

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