Jane Sargent
Mon, 27 Aug 2018 16:15:05 PDT
To my astonishment, one of the Lycoris squamigera plants is making seed 
pods on the top. Do I wait for the pods to turn color and split? Does 
that take a long while? I thought these plants were infertile.

If there are seeds, is it possible they would grow? My instinct is to 
wait until they look ripe and then put them in a dedicated outdoor seed 
bed. Plants in pots have an iffy time staying watered indoors here.

Jane Sargent

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