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Night Amaryllis

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Thursday January 16, 2014

Clearlake, CA (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: I found this plant on the floor one morning. I couldn't retrieve enough soil to pack the bulb and get the plant to stand up so I had to cut the flower. Now it has to finish blooming in a glass. I was able to salvage the bulb as well.

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4. noneinc
3:28 PM GMT on January 21, 2014
Thanks Arlene.
I'm still looking for a white one.
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3. canuckjune
6:03 PM GMT on January 20, 2014
When mine fell that year it was all on the floor too but fortunately it was tile and not carpet and it was 3' high. I can't of course plant mine outside here but I do put them, pot and all out in the summer. I really like them but I have one that gets leaves and never has bloomed so I think I will throw that one out.
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2. noneinc
3:43 PM GMT on January 20, 2014
Thanks Arlene. I had one break a couple of weeks ago. This one, the whole plant was on the floor pot and all.
Lost most of the dirt in the carpet.
I'm hoping I can plant them permanently outdoors but I don't know if they can be left in the ground all year around here.
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1. canuckjune
4:12 PM GMT on January 19, 2014
As I have said I had to splint mine but it worked and I was able to get all 7 flowers to bloom over Christmas but they are done now of course and I cut it back. this is pretty with the dark background.
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I Initially said I don't comment much but I found myself commenting a lot. I was never happy with just saying "Nice shot" "Very nice" "Great shot" etc so I decided to leave the comments to the pros. You all say it so much better. Thank you all for your kind comments and I will continue to view and rate and occasionally add my 2 cents.Mark

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