Gardening Q&A: After amaryllis is bloomed out, it can be nurtured to bloom all over again.


In accordance to numerous Extension products and services, which includes the College of Minnesota’s (little bit.ly/3fGVGDb), amaryllis does not demand a legitimate vernalization (a cold interval to induce flowering) the way some bulbs, these as tulip and hyacinth, do. On the other hand, the bulb can be induced to go dormant by inserting it, potted, in a dark location, withholding h2o and giving temperatures about 50 to 55 degrees. Soon after 8 to 10 months of dormancy, you can transfer the bulb to a sunny spot with temperatures of 70 to 75, and it should bloom in 6 to eight months. This trick can be practical to program afterwards flowering.



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