Arum lily - approximately 20 seeds
A soothing sight by the waterside, in moist borders or large containers. These robust plants produce glossy foliage shooting like arrows from the base, then from late spring to mid-summer, the beautiful, pure white Arum Lily blooms become a sparkling attraction. Hardy with dry mulch winter protection.
Soak the seeds in a container of warm water over night.Fill a pot with a well-draining potting mix that is rich in organic material. Be sure the container has holes in the bottom for drainage. Place the seeds on top of the soil and cover with a light dressing of compost. Water well.waterlogged. Place the container outdoors in an unheated greenhouse. Keep the compost moist, but not waterlogged, until the seeds have germinated--about four to 12 weeks. Transplant seedlings into your garden in spring after the threat of frost has passed.