Sunday, September 26, 2010

While Working In The Garden

I harvested a seedpod.

Serrada, the pod parent.

And Original Love, the pollen parent.


I found this lily that has a lot of bulblets growing on the stem. Looking at the summer picture of this area in the garden, it is either my NOID tango lily or Loreto.


I dug one of my Tiny Ghosts to move it to another location and look what happened.

8 bulblets were collected from the Tiny Ghost stem.

4 comments:

gardenwalkgardentalk.com said...

Should be interesting.

Lily said...

Yeah, both lilies are LAs so they are compatible. I am really excited with the result of this cross. However, looking at the stored seeds, I see a lot of chaffs. Been going through my seeds today. I will be starting to sow my lily seeds from my crosses and seeds from NALS.

Carolyn @ Carolyn's Shade Gardens said...

Can you get new lilies by planting the bulblets from the stems directly in the ground? Always wondered.

Lily said...

Yes, you can Carolyn.

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