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Joined: 01/09/12 Updated: 01/09/12 Frost:
Location: Bega Valley

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Seville orange - Hi, I have three of Julie's Seville seed progeny to give away. They are all in 16 cm pots and range from 120 mm to 140 mm high, green and healthy. They have been on the edge of the verandah, facing north, to harden off for several months. I don'..2000 days 13hrs
Seville orange - Hi Julie, Got the new seeds today. Many thanks.. This time I split them with some in the seed raising kit on a heat mat and under lights in seed raising mix, and some in open trays on the verandah in potting mix. Have marked November 17 as germi..2436 days 3hrs
Seville orange - Hi Julie, I got one seedling up at 24 days, but nothing more (at 30 days now). I have one good plant, but if you have spare seeds, I would appreciate a few more. Thanks...2442 days 5hrs
Seville orange - Hi Julie, The seeds arrived in the post today. They are already in a seed raising kit, on a heat mat, under a light. Looking forward to germination... I have put a book of stamps into an envelope for you and will post next time I go to town, p..2472 days 3hrs
Seville orange - Hi Julie, I have been on the road collecting used farm machinery, and just got back to see all that transpired above. I would be delighted to get some seeds. Thank you. My email address is phil dot chadwick at internode dot on dot net. Cheers..2483 days 4hrs
Seville orange - Hi Julie, I have 8 citrus trees in the ground, and one very lonely hole full of manure, vacant for months as I searched for a rough Seville. I wonder if you would be kind enough to add my name to that long list? I'm happy to compensate you or as..2489 days 9hrs

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