How do you over winter Amaryllis belladonna?
Posted by Suttons Staff on 16 July 2013 01:53 PM
Over Winter Amaryllis belladonna grown in pots in a greenhouse or conservatory at a minimum temperature of 5-7ºC (40-45ºF). As the leaves start to yellow start to reduce the watering and remove the foliage as it withers and keep the plant dry until growth resumes.

Allow the leaves of plants grown in the garden to die back naturally and remove the withered leaves. Apply a mulch to give added frost protection.
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