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Brooklet, GA
(Zone 8a)

November 27, 2001
2:08 AM

Post #18637

I planted some seeds in sept. and they have sprouted about 50% of them. I am so proud because this is the first time I have tried to grow them.
Antrim, Northern Ire
United Kingdom
(Zone 8b)

December 20, 2001
7:28 PM

Post #180403

look after them carefully as it will take them 3 - 5 years to be old enough to bloom.

Andersonville, TN

March 11, 2009
9:20 PM

Post #6252911

I'm looking at purchasing some of these bulbs. I'm wondering... once someone divides a bulb, how long does it take for it to be mature enough to bloom... or does it bloom the first year? I see from seed it can take from 3 - 5 years... Anyone???

Tulsa, OK
(Zone 6b)

May 14, 2009
10:49 PM

Post #6549268

Hi: I traded for some bulbs last year and some bloomed and some did not I would think it might be a this year or next. I hope this helps

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