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Re: AMaryllis

Glad this subject came up.  How does one get an Amaryllis to rebloom  the 
next year???? A friend gives me a potted one for Xmas every year and it  blooms 
up a storm, but never blooms again the next year.  What am I doing  wrong????  
I thought perhaps because I planted it, but even in a pot it  didn't 
rebloom....only grows foliage.  The one she gave me this year put  out two bloom 
stalks, I was thrilled.  
zone 9
Texas Gulf Coast
In a message dated 2/24/2006 9:54:56 AM Central Standard Time,  
gardenchat-owner@hort.net writes:

In the  mean time, my Amaryllis 'Double Record' turned out to be like
me--short  (maybe a foot tall.)  However, it is very pretty and quite
feminine  looking, so I am enjoying it.  The Amaryllis 'Red Lion' comes up to
my  waist with it's bloom stalk.  The buds have just separated and I  expect
it will start to bloom within the next day or two.  Thus far,  it looks
pretty spectacular, with the flower color deepening it's red color  every
time I look at it, or so it seems.

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