Must read this with the entry below..........
09 December 2009 22:20:33
Any of you brave enough to try seeds for either one of these plants?
Brodiaea is a genus of monocotyledon flowering plants, also known by the common name cluster-lilies. Brodiaea species occur in the West Coast of the United States, especially northern California.
This year, my father-in-law gave me the seed heads of either this or agapanthus - he doesn't know which one. I can't tell the difference from the flowers or the foliage. All I can tell ye is each seed head was one long stalk with easily 25-30 individual dried flower.
So if anyone is brave enough to try the seeds, you could end up with a blue brodiaea or a blue agapanthus! I have hundreds............