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Karl Church 64kkmjr@gmail.com
Thu, 21 Apr 2016 22:20:41 PDT

Not sure if it's been discussed but Mauro Peixoto of Brazil Plants may be a
source. I have about 25 species and probably 100 different hybrids most of
which are only 1-2 yrs old. I try to share seeds through the SX, as do
several others. Some even share bulbs through the BX.

Nice to hear from someone else who's into Hippeastrums.

On Apr 21, 2016 9:50 PM, "GMX" <realtreder@gmx.de> wrote:

> Hi Karl,
> I'd like to grow both hybrids and species of hippeastrum. I think the
> species are more interesting but there are also a lot of very beautiful
> hybrids.
> I got interested in China where Hippeastrum just grow outside. I collected
> some seeds and then also started searching for more plants. Then I saw some
> information about a new species Cardoso Moreira which is very small. That
> there are still new species found got me even more interested and now I'm
> hoping to grow my collection. So far I only have the plants grown from the
> mentioned seeds and one small plant H. Nelsonii.
> Has this small new Hippeastrum species been discussed in the society so
> far?
> Best wishes
> Chris :-)
> > Am 21.04.2016 um 18:56 schrieb Karl Church <64kkmjr@gmail.com>:
> >
> > Hi Christian,
> >
> > I'm a Hippeastrum fan too. What's your focus, species, hybrids or both?
> > What got you interested in the first place? This is a good place to
> acquire
> > a variety of Hippeastrum, either as seeds or seedling bulbs. Plus,
> several
> > members are excellent sources of information about them.
> >
> > Karl Church
> > Dinuba, CA
> > zone 9b
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