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Re: Clivia

In a message dated 7/6/11 10:56:03 AM, inlandjim1@q.com writes:

> I saved some seeds from the mother plant once and sent them (I think) to
> Marge; don't know if she had success with them or not.

Jim, you sent me seeds (3) of the yellow clivia and I was able to bring one 
to maturity.   I have planted quit a few seeds sucessfully from my orange.  
 I think it does take a lot from the plant and it takes a long time for the 
seed to become ripe.   I have seeded a few in a moist paper towel which was 
faster than in soil.
     Auralie, I was not so lucky as to get a bloom so quickly after leaving 
the seeds on the plant.

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