Brugmansias forum: I have a seed pod!

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Name: Cheryl
North of Houston TX (Zone 9a)
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Mar 2, 2018 8:23 PM CST
I had a baaaaad feeling about this winter so I took some brug cuttings to root "just in case" . Yeah, it was an extra cold winter and 10 out of 12 cuttings rooted. There isn't a peep of action coming from the mother tree or the sister tree around the corner from it. But it is still a bit early. But while in the garage, one of the cuttings sprouted a seed! I have grown these trees for 10-15 years and never had a seed pod. Now I have one *on a cutting*?? Confused Someone please give me some instruction on what to do with this seed pod on a stick?
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Name: Rhapsody Hooks
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Feb 23, 2020 9:35 PM CST
The pod is full of seeds. I let mine stay on the tree until they dry, Then you can open it up and try starting the seeds. I might have the next prize winner.
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