Erythronium revolutum seeds
I've also posted this on the Bulbs Forum but, so far, had no answers. I'm hoping the specialists on this forum can advise, please.
'There were four good fresh seeds so I've sown them and put them in a quiet 'safe' place for summer. I'm expecting they will need to wait out the winter before sprouting. If they emerge for autumn - that's fine.
Questions - do they come 'true' from seed? Or can I hope for some variations in leaf and flower colour?
Once they've sprouted - how long do I leave them before I can transplant the bulblings to individual pots? One or two years?
What sort of fertiliser do they prefer? (Guaranteed to never leave fertiliser burns.) If 'none' - would a leaf mould top-up be OK if necessary?
Thanks in advance.'
(Being Southern Hemisphere I'm into summer just now.)