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globemaster allium seed heads

Posted by katmatney 5 NY (katmatney@yahoo.com) on
Mon, Jul 7, 08 at 19:35

I was looking at allium heads now that they are dried uo and noticed that some of them have what appear to be seeds where the little pod used to be. Can anyone tell me if you can plant them and produce more allium? I would like some info on this please. If you can plant them when and how?
Thanks
Kathy


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RE: globemaster allium seed heads

  • Posted by dorisl 5 NW Chicago burbs (My Page) on
    Tue, Jul 8, 08 at 0:09

Hi Kathy!

Ive been wondering the same thing, as I snagged a few of those seeds, but am sad to report this
bad news

But Im sowing them anyway just for the kicks....I mean fun...I mean Frustration of it all.

:)
D


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RE: globemaster allium seed heads

i just said the heck with it n cut mine off [i have jades eyes not globe master], i dug up the bulb n took bulblets off n potted them up in the greenhouse.
oops just read i shoulda did this in fall lol o-well


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