Yesterday Today & Tomorrow Shrubs

Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow Question

Dorothy A Burbank added on January 1, 2018 | Answered

We purchased our home in southern California (near Los Angeles) in July. There is a Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow plant outside of the master bed room window next to the foundation. It gets mostly shade all day but had flowers from early July through early November. I've pruned it back to keep it close to 4' tall and encourage a more bushy appearance. After the last flowers fell off we noticed small green 'bulbs' on the plant. Are those seeds and should we remove them? Thank you in advance.

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Answered on January 2, 2018

They will be seeds, once the pod has dried. You can either leave them on and harvest the seeds, or you can cut them off. Either way will be fine. This article will give you more information on the care of these:

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