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Saturday, February 6, 2010

The Bulbs Are Here!

The Amaryllis arrived the other day and I got them planted this morning. I can't wait to see them grow and bloom(-:
I thought you would like to see how nice and big they were.(-:



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13 comments:

Jenny said...

Hi! Hopped over here from Sheilas blog. Oh my. Those are some tremendous bulbs. How exciting. Have you bought from this grower before. They should be amazing. And you're certainly in the right part of the country to grow them.

Jamie said...

These are huge. How exciting. Post pictures of the blooms when they come!

CiNdEe said...

Hi Jenny,
Thanks! Yes I have bought things at White Flower Farms before.(-: I can't wait to see how these do!(-: Thanks for stopping by!

Hi Jamie,
They are big! I will post pictures as soon as they bloom and before too so you can see the progress(-:

NellJean said...

It has truly been the Year of the Amaryllis. The fun just goes on and on.

My Little Family: said...

omg they are HUGE!

Meadowview Thymes said...

They are so big! I can't wait to see the blooms. It ways red and white flowers--that should be beautiful!

lili11 said...

Good luck with the bulbs.

Crafty Gardener said...

I hope the blooms match the size of the bulbs.

leavesnbloom said...

yeah those are a great size of bulb - I look forward to seeing them in flower. :) Rosie

Kudzu said...

i can't wait to see those big blooms. and what a pretty heart tree!
cherry

Hocking Hills Gardener said...

Cannot wait to see your new amaryllis blooms. I just fell in love with them this winter even though I have had my ups and downs with wrong and mutant bulbs. LOL! The Dancing Queen should be a beauty and the other is new to me. Big bulbs too so you should get two rounds of blooms.

Lola said...

Wow, those are some big bulbs. We sure would like to see them when they flower.

The Japanese Redneck said...

Those are some nice bulbs. My mom-in-law had what she called Regal Lillies in her yard. She had many clumps all over.

She told me I could have one clump. We started digging them up and I'm not joking some of them are the size of of a big grapefruit.

I've had never seen any that big before.