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Northwood seeds

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the first 4 have gone in the ground today, so i guess i'm hanging on for a week to make sure they take ?

i have another 9x 9" pots where the plants are all the same size as those but i let 2 grow in each, it wasn't pretty separating them
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i'm in spain somewhere, not entirely sure of the permission, licence thing for growing at home

the plants are a native plant, i'd love to share more info but... a friend has plants from past 2,3 years that they just take the seeds from so i've got tons

i'm hoping these take but i already have another batch of mini seedlings that have started that are yellow twist bud - i started a bunch of white mammoth but i put the seedlings out in full sun too quickly and they fluffed, now i cant get them to germinate but hey ho..
 
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