How to Pollinate an Amaryllis Flower

Here's  garden video I made show how I pollinate Amaryllis bulbs in my indoor garden. These big, unique blooms are a perfect way to get started with pollinating blooms by hand to produce seeds. It's easy to transfer pollen from the anthers to the stigma of an Amaryllis. You'll see what the Amaryllis seed pods look like as they develop and when they're ripe for breaking open and harvesting seeds.

Watch the video to see how easy it is to pollinate an Amaryllis. You may notice that the parts of the flower are similar to daylilies and lily bulbs in your outdoor garden. The tips for pollinating Amaryllis flowers can also be used to pollinate perennials like lily bulbs in your garden.

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