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Re: Amaryllis?? to Haemanthus albiflos

> Haemanthus albiflos really sounds like a fun plant Brian. Would it be a
> hassle to send seed over the border?


Happy to share and yes the new regulations could be a bit of a challenge. A
bigger challenge will be the mail handling in the winter. Seeds are soft
opalescent pearls that won't take a frost or a squish. As seed from these
recent flowers will not ripen until later this winter, look for a springtime

Our local chapter of NARGS,  the Ottawa Valley Rock Garden Society  last
spring managed to ship ~ 10,000 packets of seed for the NARGS Seedex.

Where there is a will there is a way.

Brian  Zn4a

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