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February 05, 2011


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You have some pretty amaryllis there and one that is prolific. Good luck raising them.


I think cross pollinating would be fun. Keep us posted!


You do have your share of these lovely flowers! How wonderful to look at them in your home when it's so dreary outside.


I love the group shot ~ Beautiful!

The cross-pollination sounds like a good idea. How can you go wrong with such lovely flowers? Four years does sound like a long time, but the wait'll be worth it.


You obviously have plenty of patience, Kathleen, to be able to grow such amazing Amaryllis varieties! Love the group shot! Beth


Kathleen, Hugs to you~I know you get tired of the snow and forced indoor life! But, you do make the best of it and look at those beauties! Can't wait to see what visual treats you have in store for us for Valentine's day! xxgail


gorgeous! and i love your 'group shot' :)

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