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Muncy, PA
(Zone 5a)

March 28, 2001
11:15 AM

Post #2927

I have some spatterdock seed that I am trying to germinate. Anyone have any info on how to do it. I nicked the seed and have it very wet soil and bottom heat.
As far as I know, spatterdock is similiar to water lilies, except the leaves curl up a bit and only flower in yellow. I have had them in the water for almost a month and nothing is going on. Thanks for any help on this.

March 28, 2001
11:21 AM

Post #62718

Lorie, do you mean nicked as in put a dent in them, or nicked, as took without owners consent, lol, i have never grown these, but i have tried water lilly from seed several times, but never been successful, it will interesting to see if anyone does have the know how.

Muncy, PA
(Zone 5a)

March 28, 2001
11:27 AM

Post #62722

The seeds have a small point on the end and I snapped it off with the nail clippers. Wish these were as easy as lotus seed.

March 28, 2001
11:37 AM

Post #62728

Lorie, i thought thats what you meant, lol, it has a whole different meaning here, "knicked" generaly means its been stolen over here, i hope you get good help with this one, maybe i can use the same principle on the lilly seeds.


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