I transplanted the Blood Clementines seedlings that germinated from seed I received from Laaz. They were taken from the germinating tray yesterday and transplanted into 2 inch square air root pruning containers manufactured by Root Maker Corporation. I agree with Laaz that the Blood Clementine produces true from seed. Some of the seed produced a single plant, some produced two seedlings from one seed, and one seed produced 4 seedlings. These would be nucellar seedlings originating from the nucleolus, therefore they will be identical to the mother tree. All the above seeds germinated from seed that I peeled off the outer seed coat (testa). I also planted some Blood Clementine seeds that I did not remove the outer hard seed coat, these took 8 days longer to begin germinating.