Hippeastrum and Hybrids commonly called Amaryllis cubit

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By Sandra Holloway on May 28, 2011

Over the past few weeks I have started Hippeastrums from seed. There are two methods that I have learned on how to start them. The first method is to float them in water and the second is to start them in soil. The seeds will not grow into a mature blooming flower for 3-4 years.

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Hippeastrum and Hybrids commonly called Amaryllis

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