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Re: Daylilies and seeds...

Bonnie, in my only foray into growing daylilies from seed, I just
took a seedpod and stuck some of the seeds in extremely sandy soil at
the edge of the patio.  Lo!  some germinated the next spring and
eventually formed quite a large clump of a sort of interesting
recurved flower form tho' the color never excited me - two tone
orange (think the parent was 'Catherine Woodbury'), but since it was
"my baby" I kept it.  It eventually self seeded into the bed behind
it and that plant produced flowers that have wine red sections - much
better flower than the mother:-)

Interestingly enough, that first seedling flowers much later than
it's parent and any of my other daylilies...its child flowers earlier
than it does.

So, tell your friend they aren't all that hard to germinate but who
knows what she'll get - it sure won't look like Stella:-)

Marge Talt, zone 7 Maryland
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> From: Bonnie & Bill Morgan <wmorgan972@ameritech.net>
> A co-worker came to me Friday (I'm known as the flower lady now)
and asked
> me how to start daylily seeds.  I've never done that and I don't
have a
> resource that covers it.  Does anyone know of a resource or have
> information on how to do that?  I believe, from her description, it
> probably a Stella D'Oreo daylily that dropped the seeds.  I told
her I'd put
> the question to a group of experts I knew. :>D

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