Amaryllis: Enjoy Their Blooms All Winter Long

The magnificent flowers of amaryllis can light up your winter decor. By planting the same variety every two weeks from fall to winter, or by choosing early, mid- and late-season types, you can enjoy a steady stream of glorious blooms.

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'Prelude' is one of the earliest amaryllis, blooming as soon as six weeks (sometimes even five) after planting.

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