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    Ok Im wondering How long till I get seeds, this is a U. bisquamata



    Should I worry about them falling out of the pod?? And How long are they viable?

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    I'm not sure if that species makes seeds, but then again they're pretty weedy anywho! For my U. subulata, the flowers last several weeks, then dry up, which might take another week or so. So it might take some time. Good luck.

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    Well it says in The savage garden it does So!

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    it says it does...but rarely kind of like getting a flower on U. Tricolor from what i have heard.
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    2 years ago I received seeds of U. bisquamata from Noah (?) and it took a few weeks before they germinated.

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