What is an orgiastic definition?

1 : of, relating to, or marked by orgies. 2 : characterized by unrestrained emotion : frenzied.

Is there a goddess of wine?

Amphictyonis/Amphictyonis, Greek goddess of wine and friendship. Bacchus, Roman god of wine, usually identified with the Greek Dionysus.

Was Artemis asexual?

In this light, Artemis' virginity is also related to her power and independence. Rather than a form of asexuality, it is an attribute that signals Artemis as her own master, with power equal to that of male gods.

Who was Apollo's son?

Asclepius

How long will hyacinths last?

four years

What does Hyacinth symbolize?

Symbolism. The hyacinth is the flower of the sun god Apollo and is a symbol of peace, commitment and beauty, but also of power and pride. The hyacinth is often found in Christian churches as a symbol of happiness and love.

What do you do with hyacinth bulbs after they bloom?

After flowering, you can plant indoor hyacinths in the garden where they'll bloom the next spring. Hyacinths grown in the ground require very little maintenance. As soon as the flowers fade, deadhead them, making sure to leave the foliage to die back naturally to feed the bulb for next year.

Will hyacinth bulbs multiply?

Reply: Yes, they produce offshoots that can be removed during the dormant season. The best way is to dig up your hyacinths and remove the offshoots and place the parent bulb right back into the ground. ...

What month do you plant hyacinth bulbs?

When to plant hyacinths Plant bulbs outdoors in borders and containers in early autumn for flowering in March and April. Prepared bulbs should be planted in September if you want blooms for Christmas flowering, as they require 10-12 weeks for good root and shoot development.

What to do with amaryllis after flowering?

Aftercare

  1. After flowering, cut down spent flower spikes to the base, but keep the leaves growing on by careful watering and apply a balanced liquid fertiliser weekly.
  2. Place the bulbs in their pots outside or in the greenhouse during the summer months, but shade them from scorching sunshine and water regularly.

How many years will an amaryllis bulb bloom?

How many years will an amaryllis bulb bloom? With proper care, an amaryllis bulb will grow and bloom for decades. One grower claims his bulb has bloomed every year for 75 years!

Does an amaryllis bloom more than once?

Although amaryllis are typically only sold around the holidays, they can be grown successfully year-round and bloom again as long as they receive proper care.

How do you store amaryllis for next year?

HOW TO GET AN AMARYLLIS BULB TO REBLOOM

  1. Remove the Flowers and Stalks. Snip off the flowers as they fade and cut the stems to within an inch the bulb. ...
  2. Give It Sun. After the bulb flowers, it will produce several long, strappy leaves. ...
  3. Feed and Don't Overwater. ...
  4. Let It Rest. ...
  5. Repot for a Second Appearance.

When should I put amaryllis in the dark?

Timing Amaryllis Blooms for Christmas In late summer, bring your amaryllis inside and place it in a sunny spot. Stop watering and feeding. The leaves, flowers, and stems will begin to fade. Once they have yellowed, cut them off and move the plant to a cool, dark place with temperatures between 55-60 degrees.

How do you care for a potted amaryllis?

Place the plant in a sunny window and water when the soil surface is nearly dry. Fertilize every 2 to 4 weeks with a water-soluble houseplant fertilizer. The amaryllis can be moved outdoors in late May or early June. Harden or acclimate the plant to the outdoors by initially placing it in a shady, protected area.

Will amaryllis bulbs multiply?

Plant bulbs in drifts in your garden for a big show of color. They should bloom the following year, around Mother's Day. If you live in the Upper or Middle South, you can leave your amaryllis in their pots for years. They will multiply and like being crowded.

Where do amaryllis bulbs come from?

Native to Africa, the genus Amaryllis comes from the Greek word amarysso, which means "to sparkle." Bulbs were brought to Europe in the 1700s and have been known to bloom for up to 75 years.

Can you leave amaryllis in the ground?

Amaryllis bulbs can be planted directly in the ground in areas where temperatures do not go below 10°F (Zones 8-10), or in zone 7 for cold-tolerant species that we sell for spring planting. Choose a site with full sun (at least 6-8 hours of direct sun daily) and well-drained soil.

Is an amaryllis a perennial?

You can grow amaryllis from seed, but it can take up to six years for them to reach maturity and produce flowers. Amaryllis are tender perennials; most are hardy outdoors only in zones 9 to 11. Properly cared for, an amaryllis plant can live for 75 years!

Are amaryllis poisonous to dogs?

The Amaryllis contains Lycorine and other noxious substances, which can cause increased salivation, gastrointestinal abnormalities (vomiting, diarrhea, decreased appetite, and abdominal pain), lethargy, and tremors in both cats and dogs. The bulb of the plant is reputed to be more toxic than the flowers and stalk.

How long does an amaryllis last?

three weeks

How tall does an amaryllis plant get?

36-inches

Is Amaryllis part of the lily family?

The Easter lily or Lilium longiflorum is a member of the family Liliaceae, whereas the amaryllis or Amaryllis hippeastrum, belongs to the family Amaryllidaceae. ... The elegant and fragrant lily flowers appear at the top of this long stem. The amaryllis is propagated from seed, offsets and surgical bulb division.