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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Amaryllis should be fed and watered until summer then rested.
Your amaryllis, though, can be given a holiday outside but once its foliage fades and shrinks back into the bulb, bring it indoors and in November/December, give its compost a top-up, a thorough watering and wait for things to happen.
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Se hizo observaciones sobre el dano causado por el picudo en plantas de amaryllis (Hippeastrum hybrids) en recipientes infestadas naturalmente en un invernadero o plantas usadas para criar la colonia.
The hippeastrum, often wrongly named, sometimes even by suppliers, as amaryllis, originates from South America and starts life each autumn as a dry bulb, often sold in a display box with compost and pot as a Christmas present idea and, if you are lucky, some instructions written in 10 different languages, one of which might be English if you look hard enough.
Since the holiday season is fast approaching, we'll focus on two bulbs, the paperwhite narcissus and the amaryllis, to force into bloom just in time for Christmas.
In common with Alien's extraterrestrial intruder, Amaryllis is memorable for suspense rather than for presence and for its sheer mobility and chaotic affect.
Contrast flower types - blend tall red amaryllis with branches of pussy willow.
95) provides an in-depth and technical reference to what is commonly known by gardeners as amaryllis, a popular indoor and outdoor flowering plant with eye-catching large blossoms.
As no other state but Rio Grande do Sul produces significant amounts of soy, there is already a geographic separation of GM and non-GM soy,' says Amaryllis Romano, an agriculture analyst at Tendencias Consultoria Integrada, a consultancy in Sao Paulo.