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Re: Amaryllis??

In a message dated 12/11/02 5:54:49 PM, mhobertm@excite.com writes:

<<  heartily opposed to the idea of disposable plants >>

Melody, I have accumulated about 8 which I move outdoors under the lilacs for 
the summer, move indoors to the cool dark basement at frost, let them go 
dormont for a least 6 weeks and then start bringing them into daylight to 
start the growing/ bloom cycle.  I keep them in soil in clay pots thru the 
full cycle.  Last summer, I had one rebloom in the summer after blooming 
after Xmas.  This is a fun plant for children to watch.

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