I have a packet, 300 mg, from Botanical Interests. The only hitch is they were packed for 2010. Since marjoram is a perennial in USDA 9-11 I would presume the seed to be hardy. Probably a 70% or higher germination rate. PM me if this of interest.
"Nothing is as optimistic as a seed catalog." Charles Mann
Posts: 948 | Location: Crazy California, USDA Zone 10, Sunset 22 | Registered: January 03, 2010
hi lat, thanks for the reply. i dont have any floras (pardon my nievette, does that mean flowers??) i will be purchasing some open faced zenias called "star mix" from http://www.ufseeds.com/Zinnia-Star-Mix.item because i hear open flowers attract more beeeeess
do you still have my addy?
no thank you on the scallions
Posts: 755 | Location: 7b Willamette Valley Oregon | Registered: September 16, 2009