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by sherryg on July 22, 2004 03:06 AM
My lilies have bloomed (not very big) and now they have in their place a hard pod of little kernals. I am a very new gardner, never having had time before, and I wonder if they are seeds and/or what I should do with them, if anything.
thanks a bunch!
by Hibsicus on July 22, 2004 04:15 AM
Hi,the little kernels are the seeds.Let them dry.
Will be lots.Some calla lilies,are small.Hope that this helps.
Margaret [Wink]
by Shani on July 22, 2004 05:25 AM
In a related question, I have a Calla Lily in my pond, I just set the pot in because I wasn't sure of the best way to plant it and such, anyway I was just wondering it the pots okay, its the same one it came in about 6 inches tall, the plant is easily 18 inches tall.
It is a turtle pond and they've knocked it over a few times while climbing on it. I have bricks anchoring it right now, if anyone has a better suggestioned I'd love to hear it

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by njoynit on July 22, 2004 08:15 AM
I would move it to a larger pot...a pot that will let you set it 6-8 inches..you can add some rocks in pot to help add some weight for turtle climbs.I read they can be in pond and have moved 2 of my bulbs to pond,my problem is need a bigger pond....but fall will happen in a few months then can dig away.
I was told the seeds are slow to dry...will turn color she said& mentioned fall.

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