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Its that time again to distribute my extra seeds  
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 Just send me a SASE and the seeds are yours.  Reply to this post to claim the seeds.  Do not email or PM me.

In case you don't know what a SASE is, look at this:
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*Numbers in parenthesis are how many packets I have available.
D. capensis (5)
D. capensis "alba" (2)
S. alata (2)
D. burmannii (1)
D. capillaris (2)
D. anglica CA X HI (1)
D. aliciae (5)
 
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larry,

I am interested in getting D. anglica CA X HI and D. capillaris if possible.

Thank you for your generosity.
 
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Larry, is the

D. anglica CA X HI

an F1 hybrid? I have this plant, and i'm trying to figure out how i would describe the seed from it if it selfs.

D. (anglica CA X HI) x (anglica CA X HI)?
 
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Update:
D. capensis (4)
D. capensis "alba" (1)
D. aliciae (2)

Tamlin, sorry, I'm all out. My plants didn't produce many seeds for me this time around. Probably because I cut off most of the flowerstalks as soon as I see it
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I have a very small amount of that D. x nagamotoi octoploid if you're still interested.

D muscipula, I'm not sure of the exact term. But yes, the seeds were produced by the hybrid. D. (anglica CA X HI) x (anglica CA X HI)
 
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Tamlin,

It appears that I got the D. angelica CA x HI seeds. My last crop all died simultaneouly when I transplanted them. I think a pathogenic attack wiped them out. I am willing to share you half of the seeds that I get, if you are still interested.


D muscipula,

I think it's a F2 generation.
 
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Can you pm me your address please so I can send the sase out or seeing how you have a ton of people post it here.
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