Daughter of Amaryllis

We were given the mother several years ago. She’s been flowering merrily ever since – and producing pups around her base, which have been carefully potted-on. Now daughter no. 1 is in flower (and daughter two is close behind)…
The remarkable blooms – two of them, with a third on its way – are between 8 and 10 inches (200 – 250mm) across.

Photo notes: I used ‘Post Focus’ mode on my camera – it takes a short 4k video burst while varying the focus, then its clever software combines the sharpest parts of each frame. Wow!
Walk notes: Yes, we were out this morning, but the sky was grey and rain was threatening, so the camera stayed in its bag…

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