Margaret, can't believe you didn't order any new ones this year. Maybe you'll adopt an "orphan" one at the nursery or grocery. Two of my favorite peach ones are Peach Melba and Rilona. One of the problems with Amaryllis is they come and go so quickly out of the marketplace. You find one you like, then never see it for sale again. Kelli, in the deep South, they really don't go truly dormant. The leaves may get yellowed and a bit "worn out" looking, and new leaves and scapes will poke up as soon as day length increases again. The bulb has so much moisture in it, it can take a long "drought" before the leaves finally die. I'm in zone 9a, We get a few frosts in mid winter. First time temperatures stay below freezing for 12 hours, the leaves wilt. That is the dormancy: Very quick, and new growth starts mid Feb. I hope you post a photo of the Double Picotee when its in bloom. That's one that I haven't seen.