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Seed Pods & Flower Scapes


Does the color of the seed pods give any indication of what the resulting seedlings may look like?
It is the first time that I have noticed branching on the flower scapes of one hosta.  Is this common?  Which hostas produce branching flower scapes?
If a plant is said to be sterile, does this mean it fails to set seed pods, or will set pods without any viable seeds? 
New at this seed stuff, so any and all information will be helpful....Thanks.
Barbara
 




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