Free Orange Amaryllis Seeds 😎 and how to find them.

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After the beautiful blooms, this FLORIDA friendly Amaryllis keeps on giving and giving.

The climate here in Deltona Florida allows for two blooming seasons. Spring and Fall.

If you want to watch how to gather these seeds watch video.

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  1. On a side note-
    about these beautiful predicable * flowers 🌸

    I went out to the garden and saw little groups of black grasshoppers. I noticed at least 40 black and orange striped ones and others yellow stripe. The stripe is on the top backs. After looking more closely, I saw two larger grasshoppers solid black. I believe this is two stages of growth because next phase probably devours the plants.

    *The “Eastern Lubber” is not beneficial to anything except mice. They have no other natural predators except rodents. We trapped 13 mice and now have the hoppers! Food chain disruption? Likely.

    I’ve heard the best option is drowning one by one in a bucket of soapy water.
    Things to know if you choose the pick and drown method is they stink 🙄.

    So there it goes, I invited my own problems! The Eastern Lubber is attracted to moisture AND you guessed it, the *Orange Amaryllis’. Don’t worry, when they run out of food and moisture they should leave.

    Read more about the destruction this pests has caused throughout Florida. Unfortunately pesticide is something we may have to use. Water level rise has pushed creatures out of habitats. I believe “Natural” FLORIDA is making a comeback!



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