John Bryan
Tue, 05 Jul 2005 10:04:05 PDT
Dear Marie-Paule:

I would not throw away the lily until you know exactly what is
happening. If it by chance has Lilium lancifolium (syn.. L. tigrinum)
blood in the parentage, i.e. an Asiatic upright, or pendant, the 'seed'
you describe could be bulbils, what do they look like? Miniature bulbs,
dark in color? How does the foliage look? Is there any sign of mottling?
Under what name was it bought? With such information it might be easier
to help you. Cheers, John E. Bryan

Marie-Paule wrote:
> Hello everyone,
> I have a problem with a white lelie(it is a hardy one) of which I do not know the name, on the stems(in the armpits) hanging small bulbs of seed. I think that  for this reason none or few flowers come to flower,can't I better throw away these bulbs?
> Sorry if words are wrongly speld.
> Regards,
> Marie-Paule
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