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Potted Amaryllis for Winter Blooms & Cutting Too

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Best for Use: August through November






Winter Windowsill Gardening
& Cut Flowers Too

Indoor Winter Gardening
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Three-bulbs-to-a-pot takes amaryllis to a new level. It's beauty on overload. Just three bulbs can produce six to nine stems yielding a total of 24 to 36 flowers. According to Christian Curless, horticulturist for Colorblends. "Three amaryllis easily provide three weeks of bloom and nearly two months of indoor winter gardening fun as you watch them grow. Plus, with so many stems, there's no guilt in cutting a few from the pot to put in a vase."

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How-to: Amaryllis Three-to-a-Pot

Indoor Winter Gardening
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Growing one amaryllis bulb to a pot provides huge satisfaction. Planting three bulbs to a pot is a whole new ballgame. The result is essentially a compact windowsill garden. Here's how to grow a fabulous potted plant display in midwinter – and get a fun source of cut flowers, too.

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