A lot of people like to have amaryllis blooms for the holidays. But me? I time mine so they bloom in February . . . when I need them the most.
“She sprouted love like flowers, grew a garden in her mind, and even on the darkest days, from her smile the sun still shined.”
— Erin Hanson
Here they come!
Right on time.
Here’s to a good weekend for all of us. Stay warm . . .
How beautiful!! I intended to look for some amaryllis bulbs after the holidays and then promptly forgot….
I didn’t start any amaryllis bulbs this year and of course, now I regret it. Your are beautiful and I thank you for sharing!
Hopefully I will remember to gift some amaryllis bulbs next Christmas to the gardener in our midst. He! amongst all of us, would appreciate those beauties the most!
Hopefully I will remember next Christmas to gift some amaryllis bulbs to the gardener in our midst. He, amongst all of is, would appreciate them the most. Thanks for the beautiful pictures!
Beautiful!!! That will definitely bring some spring into your house long before spring arrives outside.
I’m glad they’ve behaved themselves better than the hyacinths! 😉 Enjoy!
stunning! and yes, that’s perfect timing! (my waxed bulbs look like they might be ready for a second round of blooms. fingers crossed because that would be so welcome)
The blooms are beautiful. I love the red and white one. I agree to having them bloom after the holidays. This was my first year with amaryllis and I hope to have one or two again next year.
Those are gorgeous! Your timing is just perfect!
Yes! I have two blooming now. My Naranja was in full glory until yesterday and now it’s on the wan, BUT Flamenco Queen is bursting forth and putting on her show. We have a bit of inversion so her bright colors are giving both of us joy amidst the cold and gray.
Stay warm! (-18 this morning 🥶) We’re waiting on ours – probably just another week. Happy Weekend Kym and Tom!
Oh wow, Kym! Lovely! XO