Growing Liriope From Seeds

rkapolkaNovember 4, 2007

Does anyone have any experience growing Liriope from Seeds? I have a several hundred berries I've collected and I've heard they are next to impossible to grow from seed. Any help would be appreciated.

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georgez5il(z5 IL)

Remove pulp then Soak seed in water for 24 hours the store at 40F for 4 weeks then>>>>> do not cover seed as 9 hours of light is needed for germination + soil temp 60-70F & takes 28-35 days to germinate

    Bookmark   November 5, 2007 at 4:13PM
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Thanks for your response to my question about Liriope seeds.
Is there an easy way to remove the pulp?
After I posted my question I did find a research study that did talk about the warm stratification of the seeds. I've never heard of that before but I'm also a newbie.
Is it worth the effort to grow from seeds or should I just be trying to increase my plants by division?
Any other helpful hints would be appreciated.

    Bookmark   November 5, 2007 at 8:09PM
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