After experimenting with this method last year, and having had some success with the flower stalk cuttings (above 80%), I thought that I'd repeat it; since a number of my Cephalotus plants are in bloom, there will be no shortage of seed this Summer. The cuttings were planted in a compost of milled sphagnum, sand and perlite . . .
Cephalotus follicularis cv. "Hummer's Giant"