Seed Pods on Stella D’oro ‘Lilies’

Janelle added on June 17, 2012 | Answered

I have tried to deadhead promptly. However, there are many seed pods on my plants. The plants also seemed to bloom earlier this year, am I right about that? Can I remove the seed pods to get more flowers?

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Answered on June 18, 2012

Most lily varieties do not rebloom, though there are some types of lilies that do. These would be listed as reblooming. You can, however, remove the seed pods and try your hand at planting the seeds, though they will take much longer growing them with this method then by division.

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