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  Topic: Status  zone 8/9 Sorry about the double post on anemones. I found a flower spike on bletilla striata that is already three inches long. I have not looked c...
nestor

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PostForum: Bletilla   Posted: Wed Mar 19, 2003 10:32 pm   Subject: Status
My B. striata are just starting to bloom here in zone 8B-9. Late last fall I dug about 100 bulbs from under a tree I was removing and put them individually in 1 gallon pots. Over 90 percent of them ...
  Topic: In bloom...  Back in the Fall and winter, I auctioned off four different species of Zephyranthes. One of these was Z. carinata, more correctly identified a...
nestor

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PostForum: Habranthus   Posted: Wed Mar 19, 2003 10:22 pm   Subject: In bloom...
During this past year, I have acquired about 30 different species/varieties of zephyranthes and habranthus. Because most of them readily seed, I have been growing most of them in pots. Some need sun, ...
  Topic: Status Report...  Just a quick comment about my potted Crinums <note to self>...

I finally pulled them out of dark storage. My Crinum americanum...
nestor

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PostForum: Crinum   Posted: Wed Mar 19, 2003 10:05 pm   Subject: Status Report...
C. americanum is a native crinum in the SE United States that grows in wet areas around rivers, swamps and lakes. What is commonly sold in the "trade" as C. americanum is quite often C. erube ...
  Topic: Crinums and planting depth  Danny, I grow over 100 different crinum here in northeast FL, near Jacksonville, zone 8+ to 9. Some will do OK in your zone, but many will not, proba...
nestor

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PostForum: Crinum   Posted: Wed Mar 19, 2003 9:51 pm   Subject: Crinums and planting depth
Danny, I'm glad your crinum made it through the winter. Here in Jacksonville, FL zone 8B-9, we got down to 19 degrees and all of my 125 different crinum survived except a couple of variegated va ...
  Topic: Crinums and planting depth  Danny, I grow over 100 different crinum here in northeast FL, near Jacksonville, zone 8+ to 9. Some will do OK in your zone, but many will not, proba...
nestor

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PostForum: Crinum   Posted: Sun Dec 29, 2002 9:31 pm   Subject: Crinums and planting depth
Danny, I grow over 100 different crinum here in northeast FL, near Jacksonville, zone 8+ to 9. Some will do OK in your zone, but many will not, probably even with heavy mulch. Do you have any id ...
  Topic: Crinums and planting depth  Danny, I grow over 100 different crinum here in northeast FL, near Jacksonville, zone 8+ to 9. Some will do OK in your zone, but many will not, proba...
nestor

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PostForum: Crinum   Posted: Sun Dec 29, 2002 9:29 pm   Subject: Crinums and planting depth
Danny, I grow over 100 different crinum here in northeast FL, near Jacksonville, zone 8+ to 9. Some will do OK in your zone, but many will not, probably even with heavy mulch. Do you have any idea w ...
  Topic: Amaryllis, crinum & others - pictures  Kelly wanted me to share these pictures with you. Eventually, I plan to add at least another 1000 pictures of plants I grow. These are some I have fo...
nestor

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PostForum: Hippeastrum (Amaryllis)   Posted: Sun Apr 21, 2002 4:11 pm   Subject: Amaryllis, crinum & others - pictures
Kelly wanted me to share these pictures with you. Eventually, I plan to add at least another 1000 pictures of plants I grow. These are some I have for sale. Currently I have about 250 different hipp ...
  Topic: Crinum, amaryllis, others - pictures  Kelly wanted me to share these pictures with you. Eventually, I plan to add at least another 1000 pictures of plants I grow. These are some I have fo...
nestor

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PostForum: Crinum   Posted: Sun Apr 21, 2002 4:06 pm   Subject: Crinum, amaryllis, others - pictures
Kelly wanted me to share these pictures with you. Eventually, I plan to add at least another 1000 pictures of plants I grow. These are some I have for sale. Currently I have about 250 different hipp ...
  Topic: Status report...  My potted Hippeastrum crosses are forcing foliage, even though still in a relatively dark room. I desperately need to get these into some sunli...
nestor

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PostForum: Hippeastrum (Amaryllis)   Posted: Sun Apr 21, 2002 10:42 am   Subject: Status report...
Spring is Great!! Today I have about 150 different amaryllis in bloom in my yard here in Northeast FL. Fortunately for me, I can keep them in the ground year-round. I have been growing amaryllis fo ...
  Topic: Amaryllis in North Florida, Zone 8+   For the past 13 years I have been growing Amaryllis here near Jacksonville, FL in Orange Park. I started with 13 bulbs (3 different)that I d...
nestor

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PostForum: Hippeastrum (Amaryllis)   Posted: Thu Mar 01, 2001 9:02 pm   Subject: Amaryllis in North Florida, Zone 8+
For the past 13 years I have been growing Amaryllis here near Jacksonville, FL in Orange Park. I started with 13 bulbs (3 different)that I dug near my Mother-in-law's farmhouse near Pens ...
  Topic: Dormancy setting in...  My lycoris radiata here in northeast Florida go dormant every May. Many are gone in April, especially with the dry spring that we have had. They sta...
nestor

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PostForum: Lycoris   Posted: Thu May 25, 2000 9:36 pm   Subject: Dormancy setting in...
Here in NE Florida, cold zone 8-9, we have very sandy soil. We get lots of rain in a typical summer, and it is "death" for most bulbs that require a winter chilling like tulips, hyacinths, d ...
  Topic: Status of my Rain Lilies  I have a number of rain lilies in bloom in pots in the greenhouse. My favorite scented one is Habranthus tubispathus var. i{texanus}, a.k.a. T...
nestor

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PostForum: Habranthus   Posted: Mon May 15, 2000 8:46 pm   Subject: Status of my Rain Lilies
I grow 4 types of rain lily: white, white-pink, yellow and pink. The white grow locally here in northeast Florida. They prefer wet areas like drainage ditches. They start to bloom sometimes even i ...
  Topic: Dormancy setting in...  My lycoris radiata here in northeast Florida go dormant every May. Many are gone in April, especially with the dry spring that we have had. They sta...
nestor

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PostForum: Lycoris   Posted: Mon May 15, 2000 8:21 pm   Subject: Dormancy setting in...
My lycoris radiata here in northeast Florida go dormant every May. Many are gone in April, especially with the dry spring that we have had. They start to bloom faithfully late August, early Sept. My ...
 
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