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Re: Amaryllis problem was no blooms at all....and I really don't care if they  
bloom any particular time, just as long as they do bloom.  LOL    I've tried 
keeping them watered, so perhaps, when the foliage dies back, I'll  stop watering 
and see if that helps.  My nun orchids bloom better if they  have a resting 
period, so do my perhaps these will too. 
Thanks for the info, Betsy and all, appreciate it....hopefully following  
everyone's advice, I'll get blooms again.
zone 9
Texas Gulf Coast
In a message dated 3/8/2006 11:03:02 AM Central Standard Time, writes:

I  do not cut the foliage back. I just put them in a sunny window here  in
Colorado, give them water, and they bloom around MArch/April. I guess if  I
wanted to have flowers at Christmas I could do the heroic stuff(cut,  dry,
rest) but that is too much work and I would probably forget about  them. So I
make room for the big foliage and let them  be.

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