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HAVE: Amaryllis bulbs to trade

Posted by queenofdiamonds z5 N.W. Ohio (My Page) on
Sat, Jan 21, 06 at 5:45

I have about 18 amaryllis bulbs all growing in one big pot, don't know some and don't remember the others flower colors, as some were given to me and some were bought by me, they are all different sized bulbs,some of the larger ones bloomed last year for me but this year nothing again, So I am fed up with growing these and would like to trade these(when the weather warms up a bit more) for any hoya that I don't allredy have or a big bunch of rosary vine.

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RE: HAVE: Amaryllis bulbs to trade

Hi Queenofdiamonds,
Please contact me to see if we can set something up. Thanks, Lora

RE: HAVE: Amaryllis bulbs to trade

  • Posted by mudbug 8b Coastal NC (My Page) on
    Wed, Feb 22, 06 at 14:25

I have red bee balm already rooted to trade for some Amaryllis. LMK mudbug.

RE: HAVE: Amaryllis bulbs to trade

I'm interested; see my trade list.

RE: HAVE: Amaryllis bulbs to trade

Hello Queen of Diamonds,
The reason your bulbs stopped blooming is they are planted too deep. move them up so that half the bulb is above the soil [always do this for amaryllis in pots or garden beds] and they will bloom next spring.
Bill Warren, Amaryllis Study Group
I have techniques to make them bloom 3 times a year in spring and summer, or grow in beds in cold climates.

RE: HAVE: Amaryllis bulbs to trade

I would like to trade for amaryllis. Please check my trade list. Thanks

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