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Re: Amaryllis

I'm probably going to show my total lack of knowledge of  
Amaryllis...but....have to learn, right?   I thought they always shoot  up bloom stalks before 
the folliage???  Every one that I've had that has  bloomed has had no foliage 
until it was finished blooming.  The following  year they put out foliage but no 
bloom stalks.
Thanks for the info/links on the Amaryllis, Bonnie.
zone 9
Texas Gulf Coast  <-----rain day today!! YEAH!!
In a message dated 2/24/2006 11:02:31 PM Central Standard Time,  
gardenchat-owner@hort.net writes:

Both of  my amaryllis have two bloom stalks.  The 'Double Record has 5  blooms
each stalk.  The 'Red Lion' appears to have 3 blooms on one  stalk and two on
the other.  It is the first year I've had it.   The odd thing is that 'Double
Record' has no leaves!  'Red Lion' has 7  leaves for one stalk and no leaves
for the other.  I think it's a bit  confused.  LOL!!!  It's blooms are going
to be a show stopper,  I'm sure!   I can't really plant mine outside or leave
them  outside except in the summer.  They just wouldn't  survive.

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