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Help with Arisaema Sikokianum seeds

  • Subject: Help with Arisaema Sikokianum seeds
  • From: "P. Postlewaite" <Peter@ShadyPath.com>
  • Date: Wed, 10 Jul 2002 16:35:26 -0500 (CDT)

After three years my Arisaema Sikokianum bloomed. The plant has gone dormant, leaving behind a seed head full of green seeds. I would like try planting these seeds, and would appreciate advice as to the proper procedure. My first question is whether the seeds are viable. Do they need to ripen before they can be planted? What is the recommended procedure for planting the seeds?

Thanks in advance

Pete Postlewaite

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