|3-Year-Old Daylily Seeds. 8.11.15|
|Old Daylily Seeds Float. 8.11.15|
|Fresh Daylily Seed Pods. 8.11.15|
|Fresh Daylily Seeds. 8.11.15|
|Fresh Daylily Seeds Also Float. 8.11.15|
Maybe if I soak them in water for a couple of days, they will rehydrate and sink. The peach seeds did that.
I found some daylily pods on the variety, "Happy Returns". The pods do not change to red, or yellow, or brown. They are green or slightly brown. When the top starts to split, the seeds are ready.
These are nice shiny black seeds. Not as wrinkly as the seeds from 2012. However, a seed I collected one week ago was also wrinkly.
The new seeds floated too. Since they were fresh, I placed them on damp paper towel, then into a zipper lock back, and into the refrigerator to stratify. They will need 4 to 6 weeks to stratify, then I can plant them in seed starting soil.
That will be fall. That's OK, I can grow them under the seed starting light during their first winter.