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should arisaema seed be dried?

Posted by lilydude sunset6/z8 (My Page) on
Sun, Oct 1, 06 at 23:02

I just collected some Arisaema candidissimum seed that fell off the plant, even though the "berries" are still green. Should I plant them now, or should I let them dry?


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RE: should arisaema seed be dried?

I don't have that variety, but mine seem to do best with fresh seed.


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RE: should arisaema seed be dried?

There's a page on these on aroid.org. I've put the link below.

George

Here is a link that might be useful: Arisaema seed


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RE: should arisaema seed be dried?

Thanks for the responses. The link is very helpful.


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RE: should arisaema seed be dried?

  • Posted by kwoods Cold z7 Long Is (My Page) on
    Wed, Oct 11, 06 at 9:37

Candidissimum gives so many offsets (at least for me) you will probably find it simpler/quicker to propagate from those rather than wait for seed. Mine flower second year from offset.


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