Amaryillis - Knowledgebase Question

Venice, Fl
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Question by joeniceguy
May 26, 2009
In FL should Amaryills that are out side all year
be cut back after blooming?

Answer from NGA
May 26, 2009
You can cut down the flowering stalk after the flowers are spent, but allow the foliage to remain on the plant. It is important to remove dead blooms before seeds are produced. If your don't, flowering the following season will be greatly reduced. So, pull off the dead flowers as they are spent and then cut down the flower stalk when no more flowers will be produced. Best wishes with your amaryllis.

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