This video shows two amaryllis Hippeastrum bulbs in full bloom - Exposure being cross-pollinated with Orange Souvereign and visa versa. To buy our amaryllis bulbs and seeds contact us at email@example.com or visit our website at www.amaryllisman.com
This video shows the amaryllis "Orange Sovereign" hippeastrum in full bloom. For further instructions contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our website at www.amaryllisman.com
This video shows the amaryllis (hippeastrum) "Orange Star" in full bloom. To buy our amaryllis bulbs and seeds contact us at email@example.com or visit our website at www.amaryllisman.com
Two year anniversary putting video on Youtube. Thanks to everybody! Nice to finally see something starting to grow again. Normal weather has returned for at least the next 10 days. I have had to heat the greenhouse during the day on some cloudy days this winter. The cost of the kerosene is probably more than the plants are worth. Hope to get the onions and leeks planted in the next few days. Indoor and outdoor plants in the greenhouse. Spring, the time for renewal! Bernard
This video shows two amaryllis Hippeastrum bulbs in full bloom - Amigo being cross-pollinated with Orange Souvereign and visa versa. To buy our amaryllis bulbs and seeds contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our website www.amaryllisman.com
This video shows two amaryllis Hippeastrum bulbs in full bloom - Orange Souvereign being cross-pollinated with Charisma and visa versa. To buy our amaryllis bulbs and seeds contact us at email@example.com or visit our website at www.amaryllisman.com
Orange Souvereign being cross-pollinated with Christmas Gift. To buy our amaryllis bulbs and seeds contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our eBay store at http://stores.shop.ebay.com/Amaryllis...
Amaryllis Planting and Care in Hindi / Urdu, Complete information Of all flowering bulbs, amaryllis is the easiest to bring to bloom. This can be grown indoors or out. the amaryllis originated in South America's tropical regions and its botanical name Hippeastrum. The amaryllis comes in many beautiful varieties including various shades of red, white, pink, and orange. Amaryllis flowers range from 4 to 10 inches in size, and can be either single or double in form. There are also many striped and multicolored varieties, usually combining shades of pink or red with white. Leaves less variety with large flower can be seen these days. 'Red Pearl' 'Fantastica' Striped Amadeus' 'Picotee' Propagation By seed By cutting see pictures By pups dividing best way is by dividing Preparation for Planting Select the largest bulbs available for the desired plant variety as they will produce more stalks and blooms the first year. The larger the bulb, the more flowers it will have. Bulbs should be firm and dry with no signs of mold, decay or injury. Amaryllis grow best in narrow containers. Containers may be made of plastic, metal, ceramic or terracotta. Choose bulbs with bright green new growth and without spots or visible damage.see pic Soil Media The best potting mix for amaryllis is high in organic matter but also well draining. We can use 65 % river sand (Bhaloo Matti), 5 % perlite, and 30% any well rotted manure compost Whatever you use, just make sure your organic material is well rotted. This makes for a nice balance of organic and draining amaryllis soil requirements. Sunlight . The ideal temperature for amaryllis is 68 to 70 degrees F Select a sunny area of the garden that gets some shade during the hot, afternoon hours and mulch around the bulb. Amaryllis plants should be brought indoors before the first frost in the fall. They will not survive frost or freezing temperatures. Watering Water the plant when the top 2 inches of soil feels dry, allowing the container to drain freely each time. Do not over watering it cause root rot and attract pests. Pests and diseases Although there are several insects, mites and diseases that may attack amaryllis plants under greenhouse conditions, they are not as common on amaryllis grown in homes. The narcissus bulb fly (Merodon spp.) may lay its eggs in the bulbs of amaryllis plants that are placed outdoors for the summer. The exterior of the bulb may appear normal, but will reveal rotting tissue when pressed. Prevention; on this case we should destroy the bulb immediately because Use of insecticides is generally ineffective. Red blotch (Stagonospora curtissi) is a fungus disease that may affect both the appearance and the health of amaryllis plants. However, this disease is not usually fatal to the plant. The leaves may become distorted and the flower stalks may break easily making the plants unsightly. In this case we can use any good fungiside or you can use neeam oil and the alovara gell water spray and water in siol. Fertilizer Fertilize the first time as new growth begins to emerge and then again when the flower stalk is 6-8 inches in height. A third application should be applied when the old flower heads and stems have been removed. When new growth is visible (including on newly purchased bulbs). To promote blooming, use a houseplant fertilizer with high phosphorus content. Banana peel / banana tea but complete decompose. We can use a liquid fertilizer of NPK once in a month. Fertilizer that is lower in nitrogen, like 0-10-10 or 5-10-10, sometimes called a “blossom booster” fertilizer. Keep using this slow release fertilizer from March through September. Flowering Period Move the plant out of direct sunlight when the flower buds have begun to open. Bulbs will flower in 7-10 weeks as a general rule. Amaryllis do not require a "rest" or dormant period. They will bloom again if allowed to continue to grow. Amaryllis plants bloom best when they are somewhat pot bound (growing in a container with little extra space). After-Bloom Care Do not remove the flower stalk until it has turned yellow, A green stem will continue to promote photosynthesis which creates energy that is stored in the bulb for future leaf growth and flowers. Dormancy how to save After bringing the potted amaryllis indoors, store the potted plant in a cool, dry, dark location such as a basement or closet. The temperature should be around 50-60 degrees. Let the foliage become brown and dry before cutting it off. Do not remove the foliage until it has become dry and shriveled. Leave the potted bulb in the dark for 8 to 12 weeks. Do not water during this time. Inspect the bulb periodically for mold or mildew. If found, treat with a fungicide or consider discarding the bulb. top roof gardening https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCgbnNu0QqZoqUHuYefRt5uA?view_as=subscriber
What do we do when our Amaryllis/ Hippeastrum bulbs start to divide and create offsets? We examine, and, if necessary divide and re-pot the youngsters up into a new home and give the mother a well-deserved new lease of life! How did it go for 'Belinda'? Lets take a look-see ...
Its now March and my Amaryllis is finally in full bloom. I m very happy with the display of flowers this year as I have four large flowers on the first stem with a further stem to come. This is the first plant out of my two Amaryllis plants to flower. The second plant actually has a larger bulb and so may even have a better display.