I've never seen Mauro offer Griffinia seeds. But he may in the future, although they are like some of the South African amaryllids and need to be planted right away. Amaryllis-plus is run by Kevin Preuss who, along with Alan Meerow are basically the world experts on Griffinia. So with Kevin you know you're getting the right thing. Plus, he's breeding various hybrids and selecting superior clones that he hopes to name and then propagate and offer. So keep watching that site. A couple of other places I've found that offer Griffinias via mail order (which grow quite well) are: Gardino Nursery in Florida <http://www.rareflora.com/>. They offer a clone of G. espiritensis. And Twin Oaks Nursery in South Carolina <firstname.lastname@example.org>. They offer a clone of G. liboniana (the one with spotted leaves). Good luck! --Lee Poulsen Pasadena area, California, USDA Zone 9-10 On Jan 19, 2004, at 7:53 AM, Kelly Irvin wrote: > Hi, R.J.! I know that Mauro Peixoto offers some Amaryllid seed. I've > ordered Hippeastrum species seed from him before. I've not seen him > offer Griffinia seed > > R.J. Lopez (by way of Mary Sue Ittner ) wrote: >> I am very fond of blue/lavender/purple. As such, Griffinias and >> Worsleyas have really become attractive. Are there other >> amaryllidiaceae that share this coloration? >> >> Doing a google search for bulbs to purchase I found Amaryllis-plus as >> a source for these bulbs in the US. They have a couple. But that is >> it. Also, haven't found any seed sources. Can you guys help steer me >> in the right direction.