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Amaryllis Apple Blossom
The Amaryllis is ideal for indoor pot culture. Plant the bulb up to three quarters of its height in a spacious pot with regular potting soil. Keep the soil moist and if necessary, give slightly more water when the heads become visible. Place the pot in a light, warm spot and after +/- eight weeks you can enjoy your self forced Amaryllis!

Color: Rose and White
Type: Large Flowering
Bulb size: 34/+
Amaryllis Minerva
1 bulb 5.55
Amaryllis Benfica
The Amaryllis is ideal for indoor pot culture. Plant the bulb up to three quarters of its height in a spacious pot with regular potting soil. Keep the soil moist and if necessary, give slightly more water when the heads become visible. Place the pot in a light, warm spot and after +/- eight weeks you can enjoy your self forced Amaryllis!

Color: Dark Red
Type: Large Flowering
Bulb size: 34/+
Amaryllis Benfica
1 bulb 7.45
Amaryllis Charisma
The Amaryllis is ideal for indoor pot culture. Plant the bulb up to three quarters of its height in a spacious pot with regular potting soil. Keep the soil moist and if necessary, give slightly more water when the heads become visible. Place the pot in a light, warm spot and after +/- eight weeks you can enjoy your self forced Amaryllis!

Colour: unusual colour
Type: Large Flowering
Bulb size: 30/32
Amaryllis Charisma
1 bulb 6.70
Amaryllis Christmas Gift
The Amaryllis is ideal for indoor pot culture. Plant the bulb up to three quarters of its height in a spacious pot with regular potting soil. Keep the soil moist and if necessary, give slightly more water when the heads become visible. Place the pot in a light, warm spot and after +/- eight weeks you can enjoy your self forced Amaryllis!

Color: White
Type: Large Flowering
Bulb size: 34/+
Amaryllis Christmas Gift
1 bulb 5.95
Amaryllis Desire
The Amaryllis is ideal for indoor pot culture. Plant the bulb up to three quarters of its height in a spacious pot with regular potting soil. Keep the soil moist and if necessary, give slightly more water when the heads become visible. Place the pot in a light, warm spot and after +/- eight weeks you can enjoy your self forced Amaryllis!

Color: smoldering orange
Type: Large Flowering
Bulb size: 34/+

Amaryllis Desire
1 bulb 5.95
Amaryllis Exotica
The Amaryllis is ideal for indoor pot culture. Plant the bulb up to three quarters of its height in a spacious pot with regular potting soil. Keep the soil moist and if necessary, give slightly more water when the heads become visible. Place the pot in a light, warm spot and after +/- eight weeks you can enjoy your self forced Amaryllis!

Color: Light yellow with brown orange stripes
Type: Large Flowering
Bulb size: 34/+
Amaryllis Exotica
1 bulb 7.45
Amaryllis Lemon Star
The Amaryllis is ideal for indoor pot culture. Plant the bulb up to three quarters of its height in a spacious pot with regular potting soil. Keep the soil moist and if necessary, give slightly more water when the heads become visible. Place the pot in a light, warm spot and after +/- eight weeks you can enjoy your self forced Amaryllis!

Color: Yellow Green
Type: Large Flowering
Bulb size: 34/+
Amaryllis Lemon Star
1 bulb 5.95
Amaryllis Magic Green
The Amaryllis is ideal for indoor pot culture. Plant the bulb up to three quarters of its height in a spacious pot with regular potting soil. Keep the soil moist and if necessary, give slightly more water when the heads become visible. Place the pot in a light, warm spot and after +/- eight weeks you can enjoy your self forced Amaryllis!

Colour: creamy white with a green blush and some reddish-brown stripes
Type: Large Flowering
Bulb size: 34/+
Amaryllis Magic Green
1 bulb 6.55
Amaryllis Monte Carlo
The Amaryllis is ideal for indoor pot culture. Plant the bulb up to three quarters of its height in a spacious pot with regular potting soil. Keep the soil moist and if necessary, give slightly more water when the heads become visible. Place the pot in a light, warm spot and after +/- eight weeks you can enjoy your self forced Amaryllis!

Color: Rosy red amaryllis without a hint of scarlet or orange
Type: Large Flowering
Bulb size: 34/+
Amaryllis Monte Carlo
1 bulb 6.30
Amaryllis Pink Surprice
The Amaryllis is ideal for indoor pot culture. Plant the bulb up to three quarters of its height in a spacious pot with regular potting soil. Keep the soil moist and if necessary, give slightly more water when the heads become visible. Place the pot in a light, warm spot and after +/- eight weeks you can enjoy your self forced Amaryllis!

Colour: glowing deep pink, striking!
Type: Large Flowering
Bulb size: 34/+
Amaryllis Pink Surprice
1 bulb 6.70
Amaryllis Red Lion
The Amaryllis is ideal for indoor pot culture. Plant the bulb up to three quarters of its height in a spacious pot with regular potting soil. Keep the soil moist and if necessary, give slightly more water when the heads become visible. Place the pot in a light, warm spot and after +/- eight weeks you can enjoy your self forced Amaryllis!

Color: Red
Type: Large Flowering
Bulb size: 34/+
Amaryllis Red Lion
1 bulb 5.55
Quick tips making amaryllis re-bloom

Big flamboyant amaryllis flowers are a delight to the eye. They are also a treasure that can be kept, rejuvenated and enjoyed for years and years. One Connecticut family has kept the same amaryllis going for nearly 40 years!

For those wishing to keep amaryllis flower bulbs growing, year after year, here are simple tips:

After the blossoms fade, cut off the flower stem (not the leaves!) a few inches above its base. Keep the plant growing in a warm, bright location. Don't be surprised if a second stem suddenly appears with another heady round of colorful blossoms!

Water the pot regularly, keeping soil moist not soggy. Apply house plant fertilizer monthly to help the bulb "recharge itself" with energy for next year's bloom. (A leafy amaryllis makes an attractive house plant even without blooms).

In September, stop watering and feeding the plant to give it two to three months (10 - 12 weeks) of "down time." Put the pot in a cool spot and just let it sit, drying out.

In November/December, it is time to clean and repot the bulb. Use the same pot or one sized slightly larger around than the bulb itself. Carefully clean the bulb of dried, loose outer scales and dead foliage. Roots should be fleshy and not damaged.

Re-pot in a clean container with the bulb's "shoulders" above the soil. Water well and place in a warm spot. Until the first sprout appears, water sparingly, then keep moist. Once growing, a cool site in the house is fine. In about eight weeks the bulb will bloom again.

That's all there is to it. Next year, just repeat the cycle.
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