Shade tolerant amaryllids

steven hart
Tue, 05 Feb 2013 18:17:40 PST
hahaha.... I don't get very many seeds, because I don't remove seeds from
wild plants, just the first 10 I took from my own property over 10 years
ago, I only rely on the bulbs I have grown from those first 10 seeds :-)
I sell 50% of my seeds & always share or swap the rest, because I never
want to see this species disappear...

When I list them on PBS as flowering, im happy to share seeds to help
ensure there survival..
On 6 February 2013 11:11, Karl Church <> wrote:

> Careful Steve, you're likely to have a fair number of PBS members asking
> for your seeds.
> Karl Church
> Dinuba, California
> Zone 9a
> On Feb 5, 2013 4:56 PM, "steven hart" <>
> wrote:
> > Hi Mark, even here in Queensland Australia where they are endemic, they
> are
> > becoming very rare due to habitat loss, they prefer open sclerophyll
> > eucalyptus forest & small dry rain forest patches in remnant forests,
Steven : )
Esk Queensland Australia
Summer Zone 5  Winter Zone 10

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