White and Red Amaryllis, flower, Barbara Haviland
15 days ago - By Artists Of Texas
WHITE WITH RED AMARYLLIS,FLOWER By Barbara Haviland on 1/24/2023 8:15:21 AM - Comment on this flower, red, White, amaryllis, Flower, BarbaraHavilandFineArt.com I love Amaryllis flowers even though they don't smell. My Mother in law would get one every time she had visitors and I planted them all. WE had white, red and white and solid red and many other colors. The bed was full and I should have dug them up when we moved. I have some here but not enough. Soon, I will. This one is white with touches of red and I love how it came out. It will never die. Flowers are on thing I never grow tired...
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