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Amaryllis Bulbs /Strong Bulbs of Amaryllis / Marvel at Enchantin

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Color:8 Bulbs

Planting method:
(1) There are multiple layers of brown dry skin on the outside of the bulb, which can be peeled off to eliminate the hidden danger of ulceration to the greatest extent. Before planting the bulbs, it is recommended to soak the bulbs with water for 2-3 hours. Take care to avoid the accumulation of water in the bud core, and then plant them after drying. The soil for planting amaryllis requires good water permeability.
(2) When planting amaryllis bulbs, be sure not to bury the entire bulb in the soil, and expose 1/3-2/3 of the bulb, so that it is easy to germinate and the bulb will not rot.
(3) After the planting is completed, water thoroughly. Do not let the water flow into the ball to prevent the ball from rotten. After that, keep the soil moist, but the soil should not accumulate water. [Remarks: Normal maintenance in sunny places]

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