Answer: Candy Lilies (X Pardancanda norrisii) are a cross between Pardanthopsis dichotomus and Belamcanda chinensis. The Belamcanda chinensis (also called Pardanthus chinensis) is the Blackberry Lily. Under controlled conditions, the seeds of both plants germinate very slowly at 68 degrees, sometimes over a period of months.
However, I grow both in my garden, and over the years noticed that if I neglect to dead head the plants they set seed and self sow nicely. I allow the stalks to fall over naturally and spill the seeds on top of the rotted down mulch. During the following year I find little seedlings to transplant wherever I want them. Maybe this will work for you, too. Alternatively, the plants are in the iris family and can also be propagated by division.
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