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Amaryllis Mrs. Garfield.

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    Smile Amaryllis Mrs. Garfield.





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    Stunning !! I have never tried growing these bulbous plants, but now I surely want to try. Thanks for the pictures!

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    Great photos and lovely Amaryllis. I really like the color and stripes!

    Cheers,
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    Superb stripes. Congrats and thanks for sharing!

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    Very nice. Unfortunately I have never had any success in reblooming them.

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    very nice candy-stripe Amaryllis!

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    It's very pretty, and I love both the color and the stripes. Pavel, I also have a difficult time trying to get them to re-bloom. I quit trying, I have better luck with Phrags.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grandma M View Post
    It's very pretty, and I love both the color and the stripes. Pavel, I also have a difficult time trying to get them to re-bloom. I quit trying, I have better luck with Phrags.

    Marilyn

    This is a process "control" orchid lily that Mai made successful.

    Step 1: As flowering time: For example, to plant the flowers around the back on December 25 as follows:

    7 weeks + 2 days + 8 weeks + 1 week = 16 weeks 2 days

    under which:

    7 weeks is the time Amaryllis growing in the ground;

    2 days is time soaking roots in water Amaryllis;

    8 weeks is time to Amaryllis in the refrigerator;

    A week's time hang hong Amaryllis dry resin.

    (If you want the flowers on 25/12 is about the start time is about 5-10/9 process.)

    Step 2: Once a specific date, Amaryllis extracted from soil, cut off the leaves, not cut too close attention because the in so may cause water seepage into the duct work inside Amaryllis bulbs. Keep the roots, wash the soil clinging roots, note not to put out or broken roots. Then hang up Amaryllis cool place to dry hong plastic during one week.

    Step 3: After a week, from Amaryllis in the package notice, to prevent store vegetables in the refrigerator. Time in the fridge is 8 weeks.

    Step 4: After 8 weeks, from Amaryllis from refrigerator, cut off the roots having been dried, contains these major roots, fat, white.

    Step 5: Soak roots in the glass of water between 24-48 hours. Amaryllis do not pay attention to absorbed water.

    After 2 days, the roots of the field and ready to plant the ground.

    Step 6: Planting Amaryllis in the ground, with high grown increasingly porous as possible. Before planting, water the plant soaked nature. After planting watering is not within first 10 days, then just spray mist.

    After about 3 weeks, the germ as the flowers begin. When was the germ of flowering can increase water.

    Finland lily will blossom later time from 6-7 weeks.

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