Intro and a question about lily seeds

Intro and a question about lily seeds

Hello! I just joined this community and wanted to introduce myself. I'm from Eastern Tennessee, and I love plants, though I'm still developing my gardening skills. Pictures will be rare from me, as I have no digital camera. Okay, so on with my first question. Today, I discovered a few seed pods on the spent lilies in my yard containing what looked like healthy (shiny and black) seeds. I got kindof excited, collected all the seeds I could find (about 15 from various plants), and did some research on growing lilies from seeds. Then I realized that the plants in my yard are not really lilies. They're daylilies, which are not the same. Now, I should tell you that I have no idea what species of daylilies inhabit my yard (there seem to be at least 5 varieties), not because I'm not interested, but because I have never taken the time to propperly identify them as they were planted in the yard by the former owner of this house some 10 years ago. I am sure that my seeds are a combination of cross and self pollenation (well, obviously, really), and so growing them will be (I hope!) an adventure. Anyway, I'm wondering when I should plant my seeds (probably in pots first) so that they will be most likely to grow to be strong, beautiful flowers like their parents. Should I start them now in late summer, or wait until fall or winter or spring? I would love to hear thoughts or suggestions about this. :-D
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