I just collected some Scadoxus seeds, probably puniceus, this morning in South Africa. They were in the coastal woods near Durban, and look to have finished blooming about a month ago. These are huge, vigorous plants, with flowers over 150mm in diameter The pods are bright green and about 8-10mm in diameter. Is there any hope these seeds are mature enough to be viable? If so, they will go to Dell once I get back home. We also saw some beautiful Scadoxus in full bloom in burned areas in the Natal Midlands yesterday at 1200m. Probably more puniceus. There were blooming Boophone disticha and Cyrtanthus tuckii in the same area. Sorry to be so clueless about the scadoxus--all new to me... --Roy La Lucia, South Africa this morning, Cape Town this afternoon, and NW of Boston on Thursday.