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Re: OT: daylily seeds

From: "Shauna _" <skorblizzard@hotmail.com>

Hi Tom,

Last year I had a few blackish shiny seeds from the daylily "Stella D'Oro" 
which I found on the plant. I removed them from the pod, and then just 
planted the seeds about 8" from the parent plant not knowing what else to do 
with them. Well, I see that they have all come up, little baby Stellas right 
where I had put the seeds. I had pushed them in the ground about an inch or 
so, not very scientific at all. This was done in late September of last 
year, so it was already starting to get pretty cold here at night. It might 
not be the proper way to do it, but it worked for me here in Zone 3.


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Subject: [iris-talk] What to do with seeds
Date: Wed, 4 Aug 1999 00:31:07 EDT

From: Onegun2@aol.com

<snip>I have daylilies and one of them, has seeds in the

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