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Propagation: Lantana Seeds - How??

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September 29, 2001
2:13 AM

Post #14606

I have tons of lantana that I know is going to get hit with first frost (which we haven't had yet). Can anyone tell me how to harvest these seeds? Thanks, vic

October 2, 2001
5:43 PM

Post #138084

Look for little black berries thats the seed.
Seymour, IN
(Zone 5b)

October 3, 2001
12:53 AM

Post #138341

Do you wait for the black berries to dry out after a frost, or pick and dry them indoors? This is my first year growing them and I'm trying to start some cuttings, but want to save seeds too. Thanks, Lou

October 3, 2001
1:53 AM

Post #138414

I dont get much frost here so I let them dry on the plants. Sorry I cant help U.
Longview, TX

October 11, 2001
9:16 PM

Post #144786

dispatcher..Im pulling seed for the first time too. I waited until the seed went from green to black, then dried up...then Im pulling them. They need to dry out a while...then they should be good to put in envelopes. I hope this is right...this is how I will handle them unless I hear different.


Camilla, GA
(Zone 8a)

October 14, 2001
12:37 AM

Post #146170

Each black seed pod is full of tons of tiny, tiny seeds, just [plant the whole berry, they need to turn black and dry as much as possible on the bush,

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