Lily Seed Distribution and Collection.
Seed should be collected cleaned, dry, free of chaff and clearly labelled with printed names It is also important to ensure that seeds are contained in completely sealed packets. It would greatly help if a typed list could be sent with the consignment, or a copy emailed to Pat Huff and George Battle
They should be sent by post to arrive by 1ST December to:
Dr Pat Huff,
Cambridgeshire, PE28 5AX
Members who contribute seed will receive a copy of the seed-list two weeks ahead of other members and be rewarded with an allocation of free packets of seed. Donors will receive one free packet of seed for every two species Lilium seed, and one free packet for every three of other seed donated to a maximum of 10 free packets. They may order up to 100 seed packets.
Non donors may order to a maximum of 30 seed packets.
The seed list is available in digital form as a PDF file as well as the conventional printed version. It contains full instructions for ordering and purchase of seed.
Seed orders will be accepted by e-mail but it is emphasised that every effort will be made to ensure those unable to use e-mail will not be put at any disadvantage.
Seed contributors may opt for a printed copy of the list but other members requiring a copy should send a request together with a first-class stamp to
Gorst Hill, Rock,
Worcestershire, DY14 9YR
or send an e-mail request for a digital version. firstname.lastname@example.org
Overseas members requesting a printed copy of the list have no need to pay postage.
We are particularly appreciative of the donations from overseas members for their generosity and wide variety of seed, but in this wet year, one of our worst on record, we should stress our appreciation of any donation however small.
The Seed List Manager is Pat Huff
Seed List Compiler is George Battle