Cardiocrinum seeds as biofuel?

Pacific Rim
Sun, 27 Dec 2009 20:04:04 PST
In my circle of plant lovers, I have discovered, surplus seeds of
Cardiocrinum giganteum are about as welcome as surplus zucchini. I have so
many C. giganteum seeds that I don't know what to do with them. Last year's
seed lists were not starving for C. giganteum, so I sent none this year. A
couple of this year's lists subsequently offered none, to my amazement. But
it's too late to send seeds to the exchanges.

I hesitate to compost the seeds lest they grow (said the woman with groves
of Cardiocrinum in the display garden already).

Is there any point in my sending seeds to Dell for the PBS exchange?
I can't mail them at no charge to the four corners of the earth.

Paige Woodward

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