Robert Lauf via pbs
Mon, 18 Jan 2021 19:21:22 PST
I tend to take crowded compots and carefully separate the seedlings into individual pots, usually the ones that are 24 compartments to a flat, using promix as a medium.  The flats are easy to move around and keep watered and fed, and if they remain in there for their first dormancy, I can stack them on top of each other under the greenhouse bench for winter.  They can stay in those pots until the bulb is about the size of a grape, at which point they can go in the ground.  I've used this for amaryllis and for eucomis (both seedlings and bulblets from leaf props).

Bob   Zone 7

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