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Rohdea Japonica, Seedlings Part3

Rohdea Japonica or Omoto in Japanese is a very slow growing plant.  I started the seed propagation about first week of June.  Please see the Propagation from Seeds here if you want to know the step by step instruction on how I did it.

 It took over a month for the seeds to finally start sprouting.  I am really excited to see these seeds grow and develop to a mature plants but it will be a long awhile before it forms into clumps.  It’s worth the wait, Omoto or Sacred Lily will have a long life once established in the garden.

 If you want to know more or have not read the Introduction to Rohdea Japonica, please click here.

Growing ROHDEA JAPONICA

Rohdea Japonica, Seedlings Part 3

It is quite interesting to see the pearl like seed develops an eye before it sprouts. It’s like saying I want to come out now and see the world!!!

Rohdea Japonica, Seedlings Part 3

The seedlings are now showing off after a month and a half.

Rohdea Japonica, Seedlings Part 3

I started spraying the seedlings with liquid fertilizer like a Miracle Grow. To feed them and give them the boost to grow well.

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Rohdea Japonica, Seedlings Part 3

Rohdea Japonica, Seedlings Part 3

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Maya Henderson

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Rohdea Japonica, Seedlings Part 3

Rohdea Japonica, Seedlings Part 3

Rohdea Japonica or Omoto in Japanese is a very slow growing plant. I started the seed propagation about first week of June. Please see the Propagation from Seeds here if you want to know the step by step instruction on how I did it.

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Rohdea Japonica, Seedlings Part 3

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