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by NCMtnSoap on July 10, 2006 02:04 PM
Here's my question. I have tiger lily's, I think, as they are about 4 ft tall, and the blooms open and are orange with black dots and the bloom curls all the way back, making it look like a ribbon/bow.
Anyway, they have these little black seeds wher the leaves join the stalk. Today, I noticed a bunch of them had dropped to the ground and I wanted to gather some for my neighbor. Some of them had already started to grow a root. Can I just plant these in pots and they will grow, or do I need to do anything special to them?
Thanks!!
Hugs
Angela

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Angela
Carolina Mountain Soap Co.
Horse Shoe, NC
by tkhooper on July 11, 2006 02:05 AM
Just put them in a pot and keep it moist not soggy until it germinates and you are good to go. Enjoy.

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by NCMtnSoap on July 11, 2006 06:42 AM
Hot diggity!! Thanks a bunch!

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Angela
Carolina Mountain Soap Co.
Horse Shoe, NC

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