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the question comes up every winter: can i transplant my potted amaryllis to the garden this spring and grow it there? in the gardening world, anything's worth a
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planting. proximity. many people don't think of outdoor garden sites when they consider amaryllis. find a location where the soil drains well. site your amaryllis where they will receive full sun. dig holes and plant the bulbs with an inch of the bulb above the soil surface.
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déc. amaryllis also needs to be kept moist throughout the growing season, though established plants are fairly tolerant of drought. once planted outside, forced amaryllis bulbs will eventually revert back to their natural spring blooming cycle. once flowers have faded, remove the stalks.
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déc. amaryllis are hardy bulbs in southeastern north carolina, which means they can be planted outside in the landscape in spring, to multiply and bloom for years to come. many garden centers currently have amaryllis bulbs or kits in stock. kits usually include potting soil, a container and a bulb and make a great gift.
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plants known as holiday amaryllis are really hippeastrums and they are not hardy enough to survive outside in our cold, wet winters.
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save a couple of the amaryllis bulbs you bought this winter and plant them outdoors in the garden. yes, even if you live in the midwest!
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(question). i purchased several amaryllis plants and also have some from a previous year. the old ones were planted outside in the garden and fertilized.
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déc. it's easy because amaryllis are forgiving plants. amaryllis benefit from a summer outdoors. for best growth and bloom potential, remove them
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you can easily grow amaryllis outdoors in the lower, coastal, and tropical south, and the selection 'san antonio rose' is cold hardy even in the middle south.
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of all flowering bulbs, amaryllis are the easiest to bring to bloom. this can be accomplished indoors or out, and over an extended period of time. the amaryllis