That orange Amaryllis is stunning. I shall keep an eye peeled for the daffs then. Yea....come on Spring! Ahhh, I see. Perhaps that explains the beautiful style. BTW, what is that little head just left of the Kalanchloë? The thing about saving Amaryllis bulbs over is to let the leaves grow in order to fill the bulb out again. I would then lift the bulb in september, cut the leaves off and wrap it in layers of newspaper then pop it into the fridge’s veg crisper for two weeks then remove it and store it dark and very cool...wrapped in new newspaper. You could then remove the bulb and plant its roots in soil in late nov or begin december. You know not to plant the whole bulb, right...only the roots. It is fun to hold them over, but once you get the knack of it you may have the luxurious problem of too many bulbs....which you could give away at christmas.