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January 19, 2010

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Jim Barnfield

Wonderful article- I tried this about ten years ago, when the internet was still a sprout itself. The only help I could find for Magnolia seeds was from an old book in the library. Unfortunately, I never got them to germinate. Now, I will try again...well, next summer anyway ^_^

Where did you place the container for for those few months before the seeds sprouted? What temperature? Did you add any water?

Mrs.Smith

Wow! Who doesn't love a magnolia tree? Great job on the presentation and making it seem like the easiest thing in the world. I hope you are saving a tree for me!

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