|The previous answer you gave was to leave the seeds on the plant and they would fall and reseed naturally. I understand that way to start the seeds but I want to know a surefire way to start the seeds in a container. I want to grow them for a plant sale.
|Answer from NGA
February 23, 2009
|Blackberry lily is Belamcanda. The seeds are best started indoors 4-6 weeks prior to your last last spring frost. Sow seed in a container filled with seed starting mix covering seeds approximately 1/4" with mix. Place container inside sandwich baggie and place container in the refrigerator for 14 days. Then move contain to location at 68-70?F. Germination should begin in 10-15 days. Best wishes with your plant sale!
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