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The seed is collected by wrapping the developing seed head in a muslin bag to avoid the seed being lost. Harvest it 10 days after it sinks below the soil surface or as soon as it reappears.Division in May. Each portion must have at least one eye. Submerge in pots in shallow water until established.
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