Some people go all out when decorating for Christmas. I’m not one to go crazy with the lights and tinsel, but I like a nice Poinsettia or a blooming Amaryllis on my table. What I don’t like is the price. So I grow my own! And in my latest eHow article, Forcing Amaryllis Bulbs to use as Holiday Centerpieces, I’m talking about how you can too.
I was wandering the aisles of my local home and garden center the other day and spotted a giant display of amaryllis bulbs for sale. You know what that means. It’s time to get those babies planted now, or you’ll be paying big bucks for a blooming amaryllis bulb for your holiday centerpiece come the middle of December.
If you have never forced an amaryllis bulb before, don’t worry. It’s easy-peasy. Seriously. You can’t mess it up. My husband could do it… which is saying a lot!
Read the full article HERE.
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