Wordless Wednesday: Is this the way to Amaryllis?


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33 comments on “Wordless Wednesday: Is this the way to Amaryllis?

    • Mahala on said:

      having promised myself an early night, I stayed up til 2am crocheting a sunhat and then realised it was Wordless Wednesday and I hadn’t linked up! Luckily, my post was scheduled!

  1. Just gorgeous such a vivid perky red.

  2. Looking forward to some of that color around here. Happy WW!

  3. My late wife LOVED Hippiastrums… And there are still SO many in the garden…

    Mines up as well at London Lady Beetles

    Have a great WW!!

  4. What a beautiful amaryllis! 🙂

  5. Such a pretty flower!

  6. Beautiful and colorful. Makes me feel warm. I like that.

    Have a terrific WW. 🙂

  7. Beautiful! I wish I had better luck at growing plants and flowers!

    Thanks for the linky! Happy Wednesday to you!

  8. That is gorgeous. I love spring 🙂

  9. I love this photo! It’s simply beautiful.

  10. Beautiful shot!

  11. So pretty and what a lovely color. Thank you for sharing it. : )

  12. Pretty flower!

  13. Like your way, the color is beautiful!
    Thanks for sharing.

  14. What a lovely flower and colour 🙂

    Happy WW!

  15. Loving all the beautiful flower shots this week!

  16. Lovely shade of red for a flower.

  17. Beautiful! I love the color.

  18. lovely! 🙂

    im a new follower!

  19. Joules on said:

    Lovely! Love it against textured curtain:)

  20. Oh how pretty. It’s bowing its head to the camera.

  21. so pretty. what do you mean your post was scheduled? like you post-date it? hrm. that’s a great idea. i should see if my blog will do that.

    • Mahala on said:

      Yes, I set up some posts in advance and set when I want it to be published. It comes in handy for when I have lots of blog posts rattling round my head; I can write them all and then set them to post one a day or whatever.

  22. My favorite flowers of all! I grew some from seed and now have about 80 in pots all over my patio. Now that they are blooming (years, took me years!) it is time to part with some of my babies and give them as gifts….but I worry the recipient won’t take as good care of them 🙂

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