amaryllis

Saving Amaryllis

Feb 3, 2016
culverslandscape.com

Recycle those glorious holiday plants and use them again next year!  It’s fairly easy to babysit these favorite flowering bulbs, first in house during the rest of the cold weather, then outside in the spring and summer.  Give them time to adjust to a new bloom schedule in the fall and they’ll serve you well next Christmas.

thegardenhelper.com

A giant bulb can bring blooms to brighten the holiday and with a bit of attention they'll usually stay around long enough to banish the "after holiday blues".  Today we'll also cover the minimal care and feeding of your amaryllis throughout the rest of the year, so that you can have a repeat success for many Christmas seasons to come.

vernabob.com

During a week when holiday blooms appear at every turn, we'll look at the history of the giant amaryllis bulb and pause from our shopping long enough to ask, "What's in a name?"  And then we'll learn about the confusion between South African and South American blooms that ultimately became world travelers with multiple monikers.  But no matter, because whatever they've been called over the past five centuries, they still say 'Season's Greetings' around the world.