Phillipine lilies...

...have produced a big crop of seeds. How long does it take to grow one from a seed to a flowering plant in zone 9?
A big pinch of the papery seeds to anyone who replies and sends a SASE    . zemedelec
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try this site Z--
http://www.plantanswers.com/arcadia_pages/lilum%20formosanum.htm
"The relatively obscure Philippine lily is perhaps the most adapted of all. It is native to Taiwan and the Philippines. It is a very tall growing lily (3-5 feet) that produces it's cluster of drooping, fragrant, white trumpets during the late summer. Its narrow, grasslike foliage and late bloom time distinguish it from all other lilies. This lily begins growth in the early spring and goes dormant during late fall and winter. It is adapted to all areas of the state. The Philippine lily can be propagated by division or very easily by the many seeds that it produces. It commonly seeds out and naturalizes anywhere from the flowerbeds to the neighboring woods. It is the only lily that can be grown from seed to bloom in as little as one year."
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