Kathy Stockman kitetimer@yahoo.com
Tue, 18 Oct 2016 11:07:22 PDT
Thank you, I will try that with the seeds. The flowers have the fleshy look of Polianthes x bundrantii that I found on the web but the part nearest the stem is more elongated, then thickening abruptly halfway through the flower.. The flowers are a dark, rich pink/red with green at the tips but no internal patterns. Possibly a variant. I am working on posting a picture to the unidentified plants section but I don't have the right tools at the moment. 
If I separate the tubers now will that interfere with flowering this spring? I love this plant and it took years to grow to it's current size but there are multiple offsets that are too small to flower. Mine is evergreen and in a garden, not a pot. 

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