In a previous entry about Amaryllis pollination I think I promised an update on what the seed pods would look like when the pollination was successful.
Notice how green and plump the seed pod on the right is compared to the one on the left. The one on the left didn't take even though it was self-pollinated just like the one on the right.
In both of them you can see how I've left the flower on to die off naturally instead of trimming it down. I didn't trim it down so you can see where the seed pods develop in relation to where the flower is.
Here's a video I made showing you how to pot an Amaryllis Bulb.
and one showing you how to pollinate an Amaryllis flower.
Wednesday, February 21, 2007
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