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Grow amaryllis as a summer cut flower

publication date: Mar 1, 2007
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Because of my interest in Amarcrinum, I wandered into a session on Amaryllis at the January 2005 Arkansas/Oklahoma Horticulture Industry Show.  I had received a few potted bulbs as gifts over the years.  They bloomed in the house, I enjoyed them, then struggled to follow the directions to keep them alive and healthy with hopes of blooms another year.  The speaker at the HIS session, University of Arkansas horticulturist Dr. Gerald Klingaman, noted that we are familiar with amaryllis (Hippeastrum spp.) as potted bulbs that bloom in mid-winter to brighten our holidays.



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