Saving seed

jim_6b(TN)March 18, 2006

I have some D. vulgaris, A. italicum and callas that have a lot of seed on them every year. I was wondering if these seed can be dried and saved or do they need to be planted right away.

Jim

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anna_lisa(Quebec)

Hi For the cally lily let them dry on the plant as long as possible then bring them indoors takes the seeds and leave them in a open box and let them dry for a about 3 months then plant them it takes about 3 weeks for them to come up. I planted my seeds about feb 20 and they are just started to come up now don't forget it takes about 3 years before you get flowers depending on the colors pink is the fastest Anna lisa

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