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Old 05-03-2012, 01:35 AM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Perhaps I have a very cheeky question, but I'll try very careful.

I am a private collector of Hippeastrum and Griffinia species. Now I am searching still very special ones.

They are growing in Bolivia, Peru, Argentina, Brasil, and my question is , can and will you help me, please?

With little bulbs or seeds.

Or perhaps you know other people, botanical gardens or private collectors in your area who can help me.

Thank you very much and I hope you can help.
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Old 05-03-2012, 05:55 PM   #2 (permalink)
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great pics sunfish!!!
all my amaryllis/hippeastrums are past bloom..
im giving them good fertlilzing and a TON of sun..
they bloomed 2 times last yr..
i kept mine outside in summer..and bulbs got really good sized..
guess you can keep yours outside all yr???
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great pics sunfish!!!
all my amaryllis/hippeastrums are past bloom..
im giving them good fertlilzing and a TON of sun..
they bloomed 2 times last yr..
i kept mine outside in summer..and bulbs got really good sized..
guess you can keep yours outside all yr???
These aren't mine but some in the neighborhood. Yes they stay out all year. I have a few babies grown from seed from these plants.
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u must start everything from seed sunfish??
ive been jealous as (*($%&* over your passionvines..
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