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PostPosted: Sun Jul 28, 2013 1:42 am    Post subject: Pods On Peonies and Iris's Reply with quote

I read that you can plant the seeds from the pods that can form on Peonies and Iris's (I've even had them on potatoes) but have to wait for any flowers for a few years-up to 7. I wondered why so long? And I guess I just don't understand how a bulb- flower has seeds. I thought it was either or, lol. And underground, after you plant the seeds, will a bulb form??
And, did I get this right; the flower that is a result of the seed is a new variety??
Sorry for all the questions but typically my flowers have not formed pods so this is new to me. I'm also used to growing flowers from seeds, lol.
Thanks so much.
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