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This is a discussion on Seeds and divisions available within the The Jungle forums, part of the Land Plants category; Since many members of this forum like to start plants from cuttings, divisions, slips and ...
Since many members of this forum like to start plants from cuttings, divisions, slips and seeds, I thought I would offer up some of my extra. These are all from my own garden. FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED. PM ME IF INTERESTED
#1 5 seeds freshly harvested from my morning glory vine. (I have 3 sets of these) This vine produces lovely deep blue flowers with white picotee around all the edges. Sometime produces double flowers. Soak seeds in water till they split, then place 1/4 - 1/2 inch deep in fine potting soil and place under a grow light or in bright light until they sprout. When they have at least 4 real leaves, transplant and move outside or into bright sun.
#2 10 seeds freshly harvested from a miniature EVERGREEN Orange daylily. (I have 4 sets of these) I do not have the name of this plant. This one produces large sprays of 10 or more small deep orange blooms. This one re-blooms as well.
#3 10 seeds freshly harvested from a standard EVERGREEN Yellow daylily. (I have 3 sets of these) I do not have the name of this plant. This one produces nice sprays of 7+ large clear yellow blooms. This one re-blooms.
To start daylily seeds, place about 2 inches of moistened perlite in a gallon zip bag. Add the seeds, shake, close the bag and place in a bright area. Open bag once every 10 days or so to either let humidity out or add a little water. Remove from bag and pot or plant out doors when roots are at least 2.5 to 3 inches.
#1 I have 3 of these available: Division from a super healthy, fast growing miniature SEMI-EVERGREEN daylily - small yellow blooms, mini Stella d' Oro. Clump should go into at least an 10 inch pot or in the ground.
#2 I have 4 of these available: Division from a super healthy, fast growing miniature SEMI-EVERGREEN daylily - small reddish purple blooms, Little Business. Clump should go into at least an 8 inch pot or in the ground.