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Decorate with Amaryllis

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Displaying color and pattern, these popular gift plants show off standout style. With simple care, they can provide blooming encores year after year.

Amaryllis bloom
Amaryllis among mixed flowers

On Display

Create an eye-catching arrangement using coral and peach amaryllis as the stars. Accent with elements such as roses, poppies, and eucalyptus seedheads. Hold the arrangement in a bowl filled with moist floral foam. For added glitter, adorn with spray-painted branches and decorations.

Amaryllis bulbs in dishes

Going Soilless

Who needs soil? Simply place an amaryllis bulb, pointy end up, in a bowl full of decorative stones, and leave the top third of the bulb exposed. Add water so the level is just below the base of the bulb. Roots will migrate through the stones to the water.

Cut amaryllis blooms

Tabletop Star

For a stunning centerpiece, highlight amaryllis in a cut-flower arrangement. Clip stems evenly across when the first buds are coloring up and preparing to open. Rest the stems at the base of a sturdy vase filled with water. Use a flower preservative, and change the water every few days to keep flowers blooming up to 10 days.

Amaryllis tucked into napkins

Dinner Treat

Add an unexpected touch to a dinner party by tucking amaryllis blooms into linen napkins just before guests arrive. Go for contrast with red against blue. Or keep it simple with monochromatic white on white. To avoid any pollen on the table, pull out the flower centers before adorning the napkins.

Miscellaneous amaryllis blooms

Bloom Success

Amaryllis bulbs are super simple to grow, which is just one reason they are so popular. For spectacular blooms, place the pot in a warm, bright spot, such as a southwest-facing window. Water sparingly until stems appear, then whenever the top inch of soil mix is dry. When amaryllis starts to bloom (about eight weeks after planting), move the plant out of direct sunlight. This will help flowers look fresh longer. Remove faded flowers and flower stalks as necessary.

Red amaryllis bloom

Amaryllis Encore

After the amaryllis finishes blooming, remove the faded flowers and dead flower stalks. Keep the plant in a bright location, watering weekly. When nighttime temperatures are consistently above 50 degrees, plant the bulb and foliage in the garden. Give it a shot of slow-release fertilizer, and water as needed. In early fall, dig up the amaryllis and cut off the leaves. Store the bulb in a cool, dry place for at least 6 weeks. Then pot it in soilless potting mix and grow new flowers.