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That's one helluva lot of seed Mark. I'm lucky to get even one pod! I would probably have left the pods until they were starting to brown or even starting to open at the top.
I. koreana is a honey Mark. Closely related to I. minutoaurea? which doesn't flower well for me. You are fortunate to get that lovely seed.
This year my I. cristata and the white form had a only two flowers each
Does I koreana grow in just the same conditions? I have a small pot of minutoaurea and a couple of clones of koreana plus seedlings from last years SIGNA seed. I henryi and gionocarpa have also proved tricky in pots and I am thinking of planting them out? advice please