Amaryllis


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Amaryllis

a genus of the plant family Amaryllidaceae, all with bulbs or tuberous roots. Garden plants reputed to be poisonous. Called also Hippeastrum.
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After the hyacinth, tulip, and crocus bulbs have bloomed, most should be discarded, but daffodils, paperwhites, and amaryllis can be planted outdoors.
Amaryllis is a bulb that can bloom for many seasons.
I was referring to the dried up amaryllis bulb of course, and the fact that it was now mysteriously energized with new life through being lovingly planted and watered.
Mark joins Amaryllis from Bank of America Merchant Services where he was an SVP holding the title of Aggregation-ISO Program Director.
Screenings of Amaryllis will be accompanied by a live electronic score performed by the director at cinemas, festivals and events.
The exception is amaryllis, which evolved in South America and does not need a cold winter.
The Amaryllis is an upscale, residential condominium tower made up of 450 two-, three- and four-bedroom units with sizes ranging from 55 to 105.
Most amaryllis bulbs are sold potted with complete growing instructions.
BAFFLED OVER INDOOR BULBS What do I do with my hyacinth and amaryllis bulbs that I've had indoors this spring?
An efficient method for rapid propagation of Amaryllis hippeastrum L.
This is Ruben's gift to Amaryllis on her seventeenth birthday, a gift which fills her with fear.