Foliage: Seasonal Evergreens (Cedar, Pine), Salal (Painted Gold)
Glitter Green Mm Balls
Pine Cones, Painted Gold
Pine Ribbon Trimmed In Gold (Wrapped Around The Outside Of The Cube Vase)
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What Do Lily Seeds Look Like?
Ask the Expert:Lilies
I have some beautiful lilies that are about 3 feet tall, orange, and they have what looks like a black seed. It is attached between the leaf and the stem-about the size of a peanut. Are these seeds? If not, what are they? If they are seeds, what do I do with them...plant them or what? Thanks!!!
Plant Expert Reply:
The lily family has many members most of which form round black seeds.Â Usually the seed form at the end of a bloom stem.Â You can plant the seeds now or harvest and save them to plant later.Â If you want to save them wait until the pod opens and collect the seed.Â Place the seed in a plastic resealable bag. Be sure to remove as much air as possible. Place the bag with seeds in your refrigerator vegetable crisper until you need them.