Indirect sunlight did nothing for them and the shift was too much for them, they started to look mushy. Immediate action-critical care required
|Amaryllis Lily flower|
Kaamini Bush looks happy, it is what I say efforts and savings of earlier effort that it has flowered immediately in the entry way garden, the trials will begin now after this session of flowering with indirect sunlight...have to see..
|Kaamini Bush flowering Entryway garden|
1) may have over grown roots, change container.
2) soil may be clogged and they rot
3) less sunlight affects bulbs and they fall sick.
4) they love airy spaces with dry soil
5) they love to be root bound
6)if leaves of bulbs go yellow and soft, and soil looks wet even if you do not water, take immediate action.
1) Removed the bulbs, they had over grown roots and the bulbs had begun slightly to go mushy.
2)I separated them, planting bulbs with tangled roots has chances of white fungus, root diseases.
3) I saw that there were huge thick roots, more than the size of the bulb, so I trimmed them little bit.
4) each bulb cleaned and aired well before transplanting.
5) Layering of bulbs side by side. Only leave that much space for the bulb to go in and sit in the pot near the top.
6) Don't plant bulbs very deep , choose smaller size pots and grow them tight, they love to be root bound.
7) Mine loves to set out babies, so I have to not give them space for this, we want flowers!
|over grown roots of bulb plants|
|trimming roots of bulbs|
Exotic Hippeastrum amaryllis
tips for flowering amaryllis
rains and beautiful Amaryllis flower
Big amaryllis flowering tips