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RE: Spigela marilandica question

How long do the blooms last on this... 

> I noticed when deadheading my Spigela today that at the base of about
> half of the flower spikes, that there were two small round what looks
> like seed pods.  I left them on the plant.  They are green still.
> Will these mature into viable seeds if I leave them alone?  This plant
> is 4 years old now and this is the first year it has done this.   I
> hope doing that won't prevent my second set of flowers later on.
> Anyone know?  I get so many compliments on this plant, I'd love to be
> able to share it.
> --
> Pam Evans
> Kemp TX
> zone 8A

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