I would plant the seeds right away. I received some H. eucharidifolia seeds last year. I "planted" them (in early July 2006) on some sphagnum moss in a clear, covered plastic container under artificial light. In a couple of months, most of the seeds started producing roots and small bulbs. I transfered the the seeds to a pot, burying the root and bulb, but leaving the green seed on the surface. In a few weeks they produced a narrow leaf, which grew, then gradually withered away over the winter. This year, in late spring, they started producing broad "eucharidifolia" leaves. I'm getting ready to transfer them to a larger pot. I should add that I am growing them indoors under fluorescent lights. Once I transplant them, I'm going to move the pot outdoors. Eugene Zielinski Augusta, GA USA -----Original Message----- >Date: Fri, 27 Jul 2007 13:12:38 -0400 >From: VicM >Subject: [pbs] Hymenocallis eucharidifolia >To: firstname.lastname@example.org > >Hi all, > >My plant of H. eucharidifolia has been kind enough to grant me three >large, fleshy, green seeds. They just fell off the plant and into my >waiting hand...now...what do I do with them? Are they ripe or a dud? >There is no sign of any sprouting root. Should they be planted now or >held till next spring? This is the first year it has bloomed. The seed >looks a lot like some crinum seed.