boarderlib wrote:Sorry, what do you mean by 'typical'... I guess my question is, could any seed turn out to be sawtooth or long tooth or etc? I'm guessing that's what you meant by "genetic craps shoot"? Which would make growing from seed pretty exciting because you never know what you will get...TampaTraps wrote: Cool, just bought some RED seeds... Too bad the fused-tooths were out of stock, those look awesome!Seeds are pretty much a genetic crap shoot. For example the reds are much more likely to provide red plants. The plants grown from seed should always be labeled as 'typical'. All cultivars came from seed at some point though, that's why people like to grow from seed.
How do seeds work btw, are they guaranteed to get the same plant the seed came from or is it always something different?
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