Pretty much every cross has at least one parent with a bluish eye or a bluish eye plus edge. The second parent may also be blue-faced or alternatively it may be a solid color (e.g. red), a bicolor (e.g. Tutankhamun or my XYZ seedling), a UFO (e.g. Marked by Lydia), or just one I decided to cross that particular morning! If you're interested to know the strategies behind the various crosses, put a glass of wine in front of me and I'd be happy to tell you all about them.
I ask that you take a look at the various crosses and provide me ASAP please a list of: (a) which ones you are most interested in, and (b) how many seeds for each cross. I'll do my best to give as many folks as I can their top choices. Also, please tell me when you'd like to receive your seeds (e.g. at an upcoming meeting (which?) or when the glacier recedes in May).
One other piece of information that may be helpful to you. What is the germination rate that I'm seeing this winter? Once in a while, I find a cross whose seeds don't germinate well, but that is rare. Mostly, I'm getting 50-80% germination, not infrequently 100%. :)
So, in closing, I thank you for considering this cure for the winter blahs and look forward to hearing from you by e-mail or phone.
Have fun! Thank you and best wishes,
Everybody starts their seedlings in a different way. Click here to access a slideshow describing how I do it. Good Luck!