Best way to store Amaryllis bulbs over the winter
Janet Pizaro on Jan 06, 2018https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/ornamental/bulbs/amaryllis-hippeastrum/amaryllis-bulb-storage.htmHelpful Reply
Melisa Wolfe on Jan 06, 2018Wrap the bulbs up in damp paper towel. Then put them in a plastic bag and keep them in the refrigerator, make sure they stay moist.Helpful Reply
Johnavallance82 on Jan 06, 2018I just leave mine to dry out in situ. Then re-pot.Helpful Reply
Fam31863752 on Jan 06, 2018Hi, in a brown paper bag, little soil ,just the bulb. The bag will keep it dark and the paper will absorb any moisture so no rot/mildew. Replant, water and feed for a new flower. Repeat. Lasts forever.Helpful Reply
Lynne on Jan 07, 2018I leave the bulbs in the pot they bloomed in. I put them in the darkest coolest part of my basement, and bring them up when I want them to bloom again. This has worked for years.Helpful Reply
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