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Black & White Cypress Trees (Regine)

Discussion in 'UO Botany and Nutrition' started by soulstoner, Jan 8, 2009.

  1. soulstoner

    soulstoner Guest


    I grew many of the black and white seeds during the new plant phase for naturalist seeds. I was fortunate to get one each of the black and white cypress types for myself and associate who was getting their own seeds. :) Since last pub all black and white seeds are the classic style plants (barring a black flowery cacti)

    Curious: Are there odds greater than 0 to grow the new style plants such as the cypress from newly acquired black and white seeds? Will there ever be again in the foreseeable future?
  2. DHMagicMan_1

    DHMagicMan_1 Guest

    This is a known issue that's been discussed in threads about 3 or 4 below this one... (Surprise from Naturalist Quest or something like that... and a poll thread)...

    Sak is going to do something to fix but she's not sure what yet... one way or the other, the new plants will be available in Black and White, maybe with "Legacy Plants" in as well or maybe not.
  3. soulstoner

    soulstoner Guest

    Oh Geeze -- thank you DHM - I didn't realize the 'surprise' thread had gotten so far along :blushing:..... I'll get on the band wagon there ... I shouldah investigated better before starting this one and shouldah known there was already planning involved within the botanist enthusiasts ... :blushing: