We are joining Rosy this week for Nature Friday~~
Our Amaryllis stopped blooming a couple of weeks ago and mom cut it back like the directions said to and she hasn't watered it since. It has started to grow again! Help - what do we do? We don't want it to bloom again until Autumn!
Love ya lots♥
My word, that Amaryllis is amorous!!! let it be, and then a second pruning, I guess... hugs and wags, YAM-aunty xxx
We know nothing about an Amaryllis so we can't help. So sorry you all are not having any snow luck. I guess we have hogged it all.ReplyDelete
Wow, Gail says this is one of those problems she would like to have - a plant growing more than it should. Never happens in this household.ReplyDelete
Happy Nature Friday!
Leave it be...let it bloom...and trim back again for autumn blooming.ReplyDelete
Love seeing you Molly!
The weather is soooo khrazy - we see our pals in MasterChewSits with snow and such - yet we hit 72 on Thursday -ReplyDelete
Here's to your plant surprising both of you!
Molly I can hardly wait til the next photo of the Amaryllis. I've heard we should talk to our plants it gives them great encouragement to bloom...SO be sure to whisper lots of sweet nothing's to you AmaryllisReplyDelete
Love you lots
Chaplin: "We have no idea what to do with an amaryllis, but it looks like something I might try to chew on if I found it in the house."ReplyDelete
Charlee: "I don't think there's any 'might' about it!"
It is strange that the Northeast has been without much snow this Winter, we hope that doesn't mean you'll get twice as much next year!ReplyDelete
Rosy & Sunny
We have record high temps here sweet Molly, twas 79 today, hot!ReplyDelete
We've never heard of them blooming again, but wouldn't that be nice to have more flowers?ReplyDelete
I am not sure but when in doubt just let it happen and trust natureReplyDelete
I'm not sure what to do with your amaryllis. (I'm not too good with indoor plants.) I guess you'll have to wait and see what happens.ReplyDelete
Hi Molly! I am sure your amaryllis will look prettier one day! Your area looks pretty dry which is so different from ours. Nice!! Juno xoReplyDelete
oh how interesting... please keep us informed... we wil try to keep ours too ;O)ReplyDelete
I'd let it bloom again, then cut back and hope for a Fall bloom.ReplyDelete
I am no good with Amaryllis plants at all, in fact I am not very good with indoor plants at all!!! We are having cold temperatures here but no snow either! Roll on Spring. Hugs & Love Susie & Coco xxReplyDelete