Sylvester Fishburne wrote:I had a couple minutes, I looked pretty hard but for a short time, and I could only find one. I'm curious where the hell they all went. If they rotted just over the winter, it would appear they might've. I'll look around some more. I wanna try growing these now too, but I don't have enough space for 'em. Even one really. Not when I could be growing edible fruit. Anyway, I'll look around. Like I said, there are tons here. I looked under about 3 trees very quickly and didn't see any. But, they can't have all disappeared.
Sylvester Fishburne wrote:
By the way, how would I ship this thing? Can I stick a package in my mailbox, like I do an outgoing letter, for the postman? How would I calculate postage? I like the idea of not stopping at the post office.
Mark Clipsham wrote:The black locust grows pretty fast - watch out for the thorns not only are they sharp but have some sort of toxin that lasts for a while if you get poked.
Steven Kovacs wrote:Todd, Rebecca,
I'm glad you got them! Yes, these ones were very small. They were bigger the previous year, but I wonder if the brutal drought we had last summer made the fruit smaller.
No need to send any payment, I just want to hear whether the seeds germinate and if so what you do with the seedlings. I'll try germinating my remaining ones here and we can compare notes.
Steven Kovacs wrote:Rebecca, Todd,
Did your seeds germinate? Mine seem to have done so but the seedlings are tiny and I can't positively ID them for sure.