why to flowers and plants that grow from bulbs produce seeds?

Question by JeNe: why to flowers and plants that grow from bulbs produce seeds?
such as hosta’s and day lilies? will the seeds grow if planted?

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Answer by doggiebike
The seeds will grow, however it takes many years to flower and they will be crossbreeds which may not flower true to form.

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3 Responses to “why to flowers and plants that grow from bulbs produce seeds?”

  1. debbie d says:

    I THINK YOU SHOULD GO TO THE WEBSITE CALLED GARDENWEB,THEY SHOULD HELP YOU..

  2. prillville says:

    Hostas and Daylilies(Hemerocallis) are not actually bulbs like Daffodils and Tulips. They have fleshy roots instead of a bulb. Many Daylilies stay green all year round. Both plants divide very easily. And every plant that makes flowers(except weird hybrids) in turn makes seeds 🙂

  3. gypsy says:

    The bulbs are grown from seeds. You can do this but it will take many years to produce a plant.

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