Pink Crinum Lily Pod
Wed, 27 Mar 2013 15:22:27 PDT
Sure, I would be glad to grow the seeds for you. I am a pbs member, just  
tell me how much to send you for shipment. Perhaps if there was a high  
germination you could give away plants to new members or some other wish you  
might have. Crinum is very easy and could be a good first plant for someone new 
 to plants. I have only raised them for about 40 years because my nurseries 
were  all in cold sw wisc. Now I have the warmth of the Phoenix,AZ Valley. 
Russ  Hintz at _jadeboy48@aol.com_ ( 
In a message dated 3/27/2013 2:59:34 P.M. Pacific Daylight Time, writes:

This  Crinum Lily plant put up a spike late last fall; so I brought it 
inside and  let it flower under a stairway light.  It had multiple pink flowers. 
One  of them threw a pod which just fell off the other day.
I don't have the  patience to sprout and grow these.  Anyone want to try?  
NO I.D.  Crinum Lily.  It put up another spike this winter that's still  
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