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Re: hosta seeds

  • Subject: Re: hosta seeds
  • From: Josh Spece jspece@sbtek.net
  • Date: Sun, 03 Nov 2002 18:26:24 -0600

Scarlettgreyfell@aol.com wrote:
> Where are the hosta seeds?

Hi Susan,

The seeds will be in the pods that develope where the flowers are.  The
pods only develope if the plant is fertile and the flower was
pollinated.  Fall is the time to look for mature seed pods.  Usually,
you want to wait until the first pods begin to dry and split to make
sure the seeds are ripe.

IA z4

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