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first blooms from seedlings

Posted by txgrnhs tx 8 (My Page) on
Tue, Mar 1, 11 at 21:11

in late spring of 09, i planted my first amaryllis seeds. i work at a greenhouse, so placed them in the intermittent mist system for germination. i grew them in high light and pushed them along w 200-300 ppm liquid feed. i repotted them numerous times, starting with a 72 count tray, and now, most are in 1 gallon or quart pots. this past week, i noticed 3-4 bloom scapes rising up. i am so excited to see them starting to bloom! before i tried, i could not imagine that i could grow a bulb from a seed, much less to get it to flower!


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RE: first blooms from seedlings

That is terrific! GREAT JOB! Please post pictures when the blessed event arrives. :)


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RE: first blooms from seedlings

What were the parents?

I would love to see pictures!!!

Congrats,
Josh


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RE: first blooms from seedlings

How exciting!! Please post pictures when they arrive..and if you remember who the parents are..!!

Donna


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RE: first blooms from seedlings

Hi,
If I recall correctly, you were breeding St. Joseph's with some of the newer varieties trying to attain cold hardiness with new shapes and form. I am interested in hearing your progress. This is exciting. Congrats on your scapes. Proof of a job well done.


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