Growing Amaryllisflowers is easy, challenging, and fun!
Gorges, charming, sparkling, bright and beautiful are words often used to describe these Amaryllis blossoms.
I always wanted to grow amaryllis. And finally I found one on a promotion price two years ago. So, my first amaryllis plant was included in our winter indoor garden project.
This plant needs no direct sunlight. She loves slightly damp top soil, but not wet feet.
How to Grow Natural Flowers
Amaryllis care is simple. She needs no fertiliser. How large the size of the flowers is; all depend on how solid the flower bulbs are. She needs only a warm cosy place, ordinary potting soil, clean plain water and plenty of natural light.
Since this is my first Amaryllis, I have experienced it in different way.
If you compare this amaryllis plant with those commercial grown amaryllis from the market, you will discover that those are much shorter.
Coincidentally, someone bought me another pot of Amaryllis after I started growing this one. So, I had a chance to observe the difference in growing process between these two plants.
Amaryllis plant's average height is about 40cm measured from the soil surface. However, our amaryllis plant is 70cm tall.
Turning the amaryllis plant everyday can also help all sides of the plant; to receive even lights naturally.
When the charming flower buds are matured, cut the stem near the bulb, and put the flowers in a heavy bottom, small mouth and long neck vase for indoor decoration.
Imagine... a crystal vase of bright orange-red flowers standing glamorously on your glass top dining table; while you are showing your guests around during a special occasion; it would help you to create the perfect atmosphere.
Let's start growing organic Amaryllis today and enjoy your sparkling winter days!