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Name: Hetty
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Dutchlady1
Jan 18, 2015 1:52 PM CST
From this picture I deduce that this Amaryllis, like many others, multiply easily. However, the one bulb I have of this stunning species has only bloomed once or twice and not since. Am I doing something wrong? Does it not like my climate zone? My other Amaryllis and Hippeastrum re-bloom readily.
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Calif_Sue
Jan 18, 2015 2:32 PM CST

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This is a contributed photo Hetty so not even sure where it was photographed.
I have had one in a pot outside for years and it bloomed every year without anything extra done to it but last year it didn't and nothing yet this year so I guess I need to check it. Get colder nights that my previous home.
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bamira
Jan 18, 2015 8:30 PM CST
all of the bulb I need growing peace, during vegetation add minerals - the combined fertilizer for flower (N,P,K), compost and organic fertilizer is not appropriate, they are rich in nitrogen, also, there is a risk of rot.
growing peace 2-3 months in a colder period, leave to dry, sans water (When it is cold in Florida? Confused )

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