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by tkhooper on December 29, 2005 12:41 AM
I'm still working on the germination table. Here is an odd duck. I have some rain lily seeds and I can't find germination information for them because usually people divide the bulbs lol. Or how every you describe that. Anyway can someone help me out please?

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by neko nomad on December 29, 2005 10:06 AM
You may want to try this:
(1.) find a well-mulched spot in your flower bed, clear a spot,oh, about the size of your hand, down to the dirt.
(2.) Loosen the suface of the dirt,sprinkle seeds on the loosened surface, and press them in, not quite covering them.
(3.) Replace mulch and mark the spot with a marker stake.
(4.) Check on them this coming spring. Replant the seedlings when they get a few inches high--
this could take all summer,or may even need a year, if they're like lilies and tulips I've seeded here.

Works for me. This is assuming it's not too late there to work the ground, like it is here.
by tkhooper on January 02, 2006 07:39 AM
Thank you for the information neko. They are going to be so pretty. Even if it is a long wait.

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