Lilium chalcedonicum

clayton3120 clayton3120
Sun, 09 Sep 2012 16:19:04 PDT
Ah, yes, Michael, that is correct.   The garden source seed is not the most
Someone offered wild collected seed last year, but I can't put my finger on
who it was.
Perhaps the supplier in Germany.
It its just too valuable  of a parent plant in breeding to NOT have, even
if it is difficult.

On Sun, Sep 9, 2012 at 12:37 PM, Gene Mirro <> wrote:

> Michael, if you have extra seeds of L. chalcedonicum, I would like to get
> some from you.  Let me know if you are looking for other Lilium species to
> trade.
> Rick, I live near Longview, Washington.  I am growing some seedlings of L.
> chalcedonicum, but no blooming stems yet.  I have bloomed several L.
> pomponium, so I am hopeful.  Years ago, I bloomed chalcedonicum in
> Portland, OR.  But it only lasted two years.  I find that this lily is very
> weak.  I suspect that the seed from garden sources is highly inbred.
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