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Group Rules & Guidelines

Gallery Rules:

- Post photos/artwork in the correct folder, any work not in the right folder will be deleted
- All art/photos are to be only of Amaryllis plants
- Absolutely NO photos of nude people posing with the plants/flowers, any caught will be banned immediately and reported to the site

Bulbs - Only photos of Amaryllis bulbs (bulb shots also accepted)

Growth Stages - Only photos showing an Amaryllis plant in growth stages over a time period

Mature Flowers - Only photos of Amaryllis plants that have full blooming flowers or pre-blooming flowers

Seed and Pods - Only photos of Amaryllis plants that have accepted pollination and are in the stages of producing a seed pod and/or photos of seeds once out of the pod

Amaryllis Artwork - All other forms of artwork of Amaryllis plants are accepted in this folder (paintings, sketches, colored sketches, etc)

Group Rules

1. No profanity/rude behavior towards anyone or any artwork in this group
2. Respect everyone's work and opinions and/or ways they care and grow their Amaryllis plants, each person has their own techniques!
3. If someone asks for help with their plants, it's encouraged for others to help them and offer tips/advice

Have fun!

Any questions, concerns, feedback, or suggestions you may have about the group, please send in a group note, or contact the group's Founder :iconcaitybee:
Welcome to my new group 'Forest Of Amaryllis', I have created it for people who own, grow, cross-breed, and in general love Amaryllis plants.

A little about them:

Amaryllis plants are a bulb plant, they grow from energy stored inside a bulb which acts like a large seed to supply the energy the plant needs to grow grass and flower stalks from the 'neck' (top) of the bulb. Depending on the size of the bulb, they should always be planted with 1/3 sticking out of the soil, usually the neck is sticking out of the dirt. (Note: bulbs are not to be watered from above directly on the neck, it should not have water get inside the neck as it will cause the plant to possibly get some rotting on the inside.)

There are several types of Amaryllis plants, all having their own color pattern/phases. Bulbs can range from 6$ to 17-20$ depending on size/age and the type.

The grand opening for the group will be on January 1st, 2013!

*Looking for 1 Co-Founder and 2 Contributors* - Send me a note if interested (Founder)
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Noacceptance772 Featured By Owner Jan 6, 2013
Brilliant Photos!! <3
Caitybee Featured By Owner Jan 6, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thank you, feel free to contribute photos of your Amaryllis too!
Noacceptance772 Featured By Owner Jan 6, 2013
OK :)
I will definitely do so :)
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