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-====== Propagating Native Plants  ====== +======Seed Store====== 
-  * Amy Hereford +  - There are two stores: ebay and etsy. The ebay store is stronger since I've been selling there for a while and have almost 500 positive reviews. Etsy is easier to sell and I get a few pennies more per sale. 
-  * StLouis Community College +  - You can run the sales from your phone or from the web. It might be easier to start with the web - I was able to do video tutorials of the two stores - see below
-  * June 2017 +  - To mail, you put 30+ seeds in a pack - I usually put 35-40, more of the climbing milkweed because the seeds aren't the greatest. Then put in a little piece of bubble wrap - I cut up old bubble wrap that I get in packages. Stick them in an envelope with one stamp and ship them off.  
-===== Overview ===== + 
-Why Na  * tive Plants+=====Ebay===== 
-  * Propagation by Seed +[[https://my.pcloud.com/publink/show?code=XZTRJq7ZtoJ0f4eFzOLkJAiOcjuN0b8B0DYk| Video Tutorial]] 
-  * – Identifying, Collecting, StoringTreating, Sowing +  - click on ship items 
-  * Propagation by Cutting +  - click on print shipping label - only to get the addressdon't buy the label. 
-  * – Hardwood CuttingSoftwood Cutting, Root Cutting, Layering +  - address an envelope and put in seeds, stamp and send. 
-===== Why? ===== +  - click on relist - make it 10 daysrelist up to 8 times. 
-  *  *  Unordered List ItemBeauty +  - click on leave feedback - I usually give 5 stars and say something cheery - thanks for ordering good ebayer - or some such. 
-  * Food and Habitat for pollinators and wildlife + 
-  * Genetic resource + 
-  * Decrease water use + 
-  * Storm-water management + 
-  * Decrease maintenance +=====Etsy===== 
-  * Hold soil in place +[[https://my.pcloud.com/publink/show?code=XZPzJq7ZG7oEi50pw85uFB1K0gAEW7HOCphy| 
-  * Increase soil microbiology +Video Tutorial]] 
-  * sequester Carbon + 
-===== Seeds – Identification ===== + 
-  * Field guidesDenison +  - Open the store manager 
-  * Online guides: +  - click on open orders - manage orders 
-  * – USDA, +  **click that the order is sent - I think you have to click twice.** I forgot to put this on the video. 
-  * – MOBOT, + 
-  * – MDC, +=====Payment suggestion===== 
-  * – Ladybird Johnson, + 
-  * – Grow Native + store   avg net   YTD sold   YTD income  | 
-===== Seeds – Collection ===== + eBay   $3.15/packet   11  |  34.60  | 
-  * Your own yard, or with permission + Etsy   $3.26/packet   14   45.70  | 
-  * Allow seeds to mature + 
-  * Collect in envelopes +Proposal - I'll venmo you $2/packet. At the end of each month send me a Venmo request.  
-  * Label: Plant name, Date, Place + 
-  * Mature Seed Heads +=====Change Emails===== 
-  * Seeds – Storage and Treatment + 
-  * Seeds should be fully mature and dry +  - We changed the email address for Etsy and eBay so you get the notifications. 
-  * Consider how they propagate in nature + 
-  * – Spring or Fall seeds +=====Completely turning over the shops===== 
-  * Store in refrigerator or freezer, or cool basement +  - We could change the ID on ebay if you like.  
-  * Stratification – 30-90 days cold treatment (wet or dry) +    I use the eBay account for some purchases. 
-  * Scarification – breaking seed-coat – acid or abrasion +    It is linked to my Paypal account.  
-  * Prairiemoon database +    It would be harder to completely turn this over since I use the paypal account for webcast payments.  
-  * Seeds – Sowing +  - If you would like to completely take over the Etsy account, you could. Change email, ID, bank account. 
-  * Sow outside in winter – seeds will stratify naturally. +    If you have an Etsy accountmaybe you could just open your own shop and list them yourself. I don't have many sales anyway. Then I would get maybe $0.50/packet.
-  * Sow thickly in the pot – you can separate once they germinate (full packet in 4” pot) +
-  * Label each pot with plant name and date +
-  * Keep watered once they sprout +
-  * Or sow indoors.... +
-  * Seeds – Transplant +
-  * Transplant sprouts to separate pots – grow out for a +
-  * few months – Grow Native seedling ID +
-  * Transplant sprouts directly to garden beds +
-  * Most wildflowers won’t flower in the first year +
-  * May want to plant with annuals +
-  * Sleep – Creep – Leap +
-  * Cutting – Hardwood +
-  * Take 1 year wood in the fall +
-  * Pencil thickness +
-  * 4-6 nodes +
-  * Cut top diagonally +
-  * Put in soil or medium over winter +
-  * Cutting – Softwood +
-  * Take during active growing season +
-  * 3-6 inches, 4-6 nodes +
-  * Strip leaves from lower part, trim upper leaves +
-  * Keep humidity up: spray or tent +
-  * Indirect lighting +
-  * Rooting hormone can help +
-  * Most will root in 2-4 weeks +
-  * Cutting – Root +
-  * Collect in late winter (label) +
-  * Pencil width is good +
-  * One or two nodes +
-  * 4-6 inches +
-  * Plant in pots and allow to leaf out +
-  * Plant in beds and mark clearly +
-  * Cutting – Layering +
-  * Simple layering: bend a stem down to the ground and pin it there until it roots +
-  * Air-layering: Place a ball of soil around a growing stem, +
-  * keep soil moist, cut from plant when roots are showing through. +
-  * Cutting – Division+
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