Arum korolkowii fruit

Alberto Castillo
Mon, 24 Feb 2003 04:19:18 PST
Hi Ron and Marina:
                  The flesh that covers the actual seed will change its 
color and the seed will be ready when the berries start falling from the 
stem. Then let them dry in a airy place: the flesh will dry out completely, 
remove it and sow the seeds at the proper start of the growing season (for 
Arums Fall). Germination is very good with fresh seed. Do not cover this 
completely as excess moisture can cause rotting. An open cool South facing 
spot will encourage germination.

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