Agapanthus africanus ssp. walshii

Harold Koopowitz
Sat, 26 Nov 2011 11:21:04 PST
Hi Linda:
Usually A. walshii is quite easy to germinate. Plant about 1-0-25 
seeds in a pot about 6" x 6" in any regular potting soil. Plant them 
no more than 1/2 " deep. I would start watering in March.

At 05:53 PM 11/25/2011, you wrote:
>I have seeds from these plants that I harvested this year after they
>flowered. I have no idea about how to propogate these from seeds. Someone
>at an arboretum suggested floating them in water until they germinate. Two
>1. Do they need to wait a while before I try to make them germinate?
>2. Is there a special time of year in which to do this? (I live near the
>beach in Southern California but am thinking about a move early next year
>to New Mexico).
>New to this list and any thoughts or suggestions would be greatly
>Linda S.
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