Wednesday, February 1, 2023

Amaryllis Opening #WordlessWednesday

 For years, I have overwintered amaryllis I bought, hoping I could get them to rebloom.  I've only succeeded twice.  The second time is now.  I had three amaryllis and managed to get one of the three to rebloom

(If you are interested in trying this, here's how.)

This year, as the flower started to open, I decided to take some pictures of the process.

January 28.

The evening of January 30.

January 31, lunchtime. 

January 31, around 5pm.

I am so thrilled.  This is the story of when I bought this bulb in 2021.  It's actually its second visit to Wordless Wednesday.


Joining Sandee at Comedy Plus for her #WordlessWednesday.


  1. They LOOK beautiful the journey was interesting to see too :-)

    Have an Amaryllistastic week 👍

  2. So glad I discovered your flower. I am not sure if mine is the same type. I am always surprised how fast the flowers open. Enjoy your beauty!
    Happy WW and an amazing week ahead!😘❤️

  3. ...ours was gorgeous, it now past bloom.

  4. That is a beautiful flower and series of its opening up.

  5. A most beautiful array of a beautiful flower.

    Thank you for joining the Wordless Wednesday Blog Hop.

    Have a fabulous Wordless Wednesday. ♥

  6. Beautiful bloom photos ~ Xo

    Wishing you good health, laughter and love in your days,
    A ShutterBug Explores,
    aka (A Creative Harbor)

  7. How very lovely. Congrats on getting it to open again.

  8. Beautiful flower bloom. Thanks for the wordless wednesday hop

  9. Your patience paid off this time. Nice job and great idea to photograph the bloom in stages. :)

  10. That's a wonderful photo progression of the buds opening. I love amaryllis and love that I can plant them outside. I have a couple of months before I can see them.

  11. I never grown amaryllis.
    Coffee is on and stay safe


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