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Hugh1

Posted - 2009 February 22 :  09:04:32 AM  Show Profile
Portions of this mall plant when dried apparently makes nice shaped trees when sprinkled with various shades of green powder.
Apparently you can buy it, but it's quite pricey.
Does anyone know where one can can buy a packet of seeds so that it can be grown this summer in the back garden. Is it an annual or a perennial.

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fl@liner

Posted - 2009 February 22 :  10:01:09 AM  Show Profile
quote:
Originally posted by Hugh1

Portions of this mall plant when dried apparently makes nice shaped trees when sprinkled with various shades of green powder.
Apparently you can buy it, but it's quite pricey.
Does anyone know where one can can buy a packet of seeds so that it can be grown this summer in the back garden. Is it an annual or a perennial.


Try: http://www.katzkuntrykuttins.biz/seeds.htm
near the bottom of the page.



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gpicyk

Posted - 2009 February 22 :  11:08:26 AM  Show Profile
My wife and I tried growing Seafoam last year in Maryland. What seemed to work best was artificial soil mix. This material is light weight and will drain well. The plants will not tolerate "wet feet". Plant in an area which gets the longest exposure to sun light. Keep soil mix damp when starting seeds. One more thing, deer love this plant. You may have to build a cage around your garden plot with a screen top on it. The bags of "Super Trees" have a huge number of seeds that are viable. If somebody you know has a bag perhaps they will give you some seeds. George Picyk

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