We were given this Amaryllis several years ago by our friend Terry (St Theresa of the Floral Tribute), and every year, just before Easter, it throws up these extraordinary flowers.
The flowers are gaudy yet spectacular; and although in some ways I quite like them, they look completely alien in our cottage.
They're not at all sympathetic to our rustic cluttered environment, nor are they suited to our unsophisticated life-styles. But there they are, performing like Spanish Flamenco dancers every Easter, and demanding our attention.
The enormous bulb has been in the same small ugly black plastic pot since it arrived. Should it now be re-potted, or do I follow my own advice of 'if it ain't broke don't try to fix it'?
Any Amaryllis advice warmly welcomed.