(Amaryllis is a subtropical bulb that belongs to the Amaryllidaceae family and is native to South Africa. It is grown as a potted plant in most parts of the United States but can also be grown outdoors year round in warm areas like Florida.)
I’ve had so much fun for the last month making bouquets from spring flowers featuring many amaryllis blooms. If you’ve dropped by much in the last month, you’re probably thinking, “Oh, no. More flowers! More Amaryllis”. It’s almost over. We’re coming to the end of amaryllis season sadly. I’ll have one more post next week showing neighborhood amaryllis blooms from March and April. Right now in my garden my late red amaryllis are finishing up as the while lilies are starting. Next month will be my white lily time. I do love my spring flowers.
This bouquet contains several big pink and white amaryllis with a few locally grown flowers. I call it my April Amaryllis Bouquet. Fancy term for a bunch of flowers cut in the garden. I used my milk glass vase again but threw a small pink quilted cover on the table.
Most pink and white varieties tend to be early bloomers. My pink and whites are finished now. It really helps to get several varieties so I can have blooms for several months. My friend Vickie next door gave me seeds from her pink and whites which bloom early in March. I’m hoping to add to the length of blooms in the my yard.
Thanks for dropping by and sharing my little bouquet. God bless!
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