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  1. Mobei says:
    Amaryllis plants in pots in different stages of growth. Keeping the plant healthy and growing throughout the summer will promote blooming later in the season. When all danger of frost is past in spring, acclimate the amaryllis plant to the outdoors by first placing it in shade or indirect light.
  2. JoJogal says:
    May 14,  · Growing amaryllis indoors does take work, but the result is beautiful, bell-shaped flowers to brighten up your home. Read these amaryllis care instructions for more information. Amaryllis Care Instructions for the First Flowering. Because the amaryllis produces such brilliantly-colored flowers, many people put them in their homes in the winter.
  3. Vuzragore says:
    Amaryllis Quick Tips: Planting Period: October until the end of April. Flowering Period: Late December until the end of June. Flowering time is weeks. Larger bulbs produce more flowers. Always store un-planted bulbs in a cool place between deg. F. Amaryllis-One of a Kind Of all flowering bulbs, amaryllis ar.
  4. Mokus says:
    Oct 18,  · Few bulbs are easier to grow than amaryllis — and few bloom with greater exuberance and beauty. Just plant the bulb in good potting soil, water regularly and provide bright, indirect light. A support stake is handy for keeping the blooms upright, but little else is required. Most varieties will begin blooming six to eight weeks after planting; some can take as long as ten weeks.
  5. Dotaxe says:
    The giant amaryllis flowers commonly grown as winter-blooming houseplants are generally carefully bred hybrids derived from various species in the Hippeastrum genus, a group of tropical plants from Central and South America. These plants have strappy leaves and huge flowers shaped like trumpet lilies.
  6. Mikashakar says:
    Amaryllis Bulbs We invite you to experience the beauty and joy of an amaryllis! Whatever you prefer - colors from the most delicate pink to exotic stripes, single or double, dainty to dinner plate sized blooms, the illustrious amaryllis is the queen of winter flowering plants!
  7. Fenrimuro says:
    Feb 19,  · Amaryllis is an easy bulb to grow. Its enormous cluster of trumpet-shape blooms may require staking to keep them upright, but blooms may last for up to 6 weeks. Keep the plant cool ( degrees F) while in bloom but slightly warmer at other times when it is actively growing. It needs bright light and evenly moist soil, except when it is dormant.
  8. Gora says:
    Amaryllis are the royalty of all the indoor blooming bulbs. The classic Christmas flower, amaryllis provide dazzling displays for holiday decorations, gifts and much needed color throughout the winter.

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