Alstroemeria psittacina aka A. pulchella→Organza bags to the rescue!

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Alstroemeria psittacina aka A. pulchella

By greene
May 21, 2014

Alstroemeria: beautiful or invasive and irritating?

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Name: greene
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Thanks to some of the good people from Cubits and All Things Plants I have learned about using organza bags to save seeds and keep them from spewing all over where they may try to grow. I purchased one package of organza bags at a local craft store to use on my Alstroemeria plants. Now I have lots of seeds to share. Not one single seed has escaped from the organza prisons!
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Over on Cubits, where I first learned about the joy or using organza bags, Jonna Sudenius shared this source:

For more information about using organza bags to save seeds, please see:

RickCory provided a source for organza bags of all sizes and colors, found by Patti1957:
and also provided this link:

Sunset Zone 28, AHS Heat Zone 9, USDA zone 8b~"Leaf of Faith"

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