Love this article over on the Flea Market Gardening site on seed snatching! I think most obsessive gardeners have done this at one time or another. I happen to have two lovely little trees that I'm growing from seeds I snatched harvested
responsibly from the trees at the Barnes and Noble at Lakeline in
Austin. They've been growing in a large pot now for a couple of years.
It wasn't difficult to get them to sprout.
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