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4 Comments

  1. janet grant said,

    September 22, 2008 at 7:56 pm

    Hpw can you get permission to print this poem when the author is dead?

  2. Jan said,

    September 22, 2008 at 7:58 pm

    I assume you are referring to the 9/22 posting of John Keats’ poem. This poem is not copyrighted. Anything written before 1923 is now in public domain. This poem is in the public domain since Keats died in 1821.

  3. kathy said,

    February 12, 2011 at 4:35 pm

    I have about 25 red gardenia pods and I am letting them stay on the plant until they dry. What do the seeds look like? Are they tiny? I picked one today and rolled it in my fingers and it just fell apart. I seems like the seeds are paper thin. Anyone have any experience with gardenia seeds? I plan to plant them when they are ripe, but it would be nice to know what to look for.

    • Jan said,

      February 13, 2011 at 7:36 am

      Kathy, the seeds are small. If you picked a pod, and it fell apart, I think the seeds are ripe now. You could plant them now if you are in a warm area or wait until spring if you are still experiencing cold weather. Check out my post “Seed Pod” and the comments for more info. One gardener there seems to have a good chance of getting his seeds to grow.


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