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Open-pollinated? What does that mean?


It means you can save the seeds and they will grow out exactly like the plant it came from. Hybrids do not produce true seed, they are usually some combination of the hybrid parents and you don't know what you will get.

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Honestly, the best luck I've had is Burpee seeds on the stand at Target or Walmart in the gardening section. I've ordered seeds from seed catalogs, and maybe it's just me, but they're expensive and don't always germinate well.


Oh, and you wanna hear a funny seed story? My bil opened a package of the hot peppers you get when you order take-out pizza and threw them in the dirt in his flower bed and they germinated and he got a nice variety of hot pepper plants.

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