We have all admired the gorgeous blooms of the Amaryllis, especially at the winter holidays. Then, the blooms fade, the plant dies down, and because it is somewhat tropical and tender (can’t plant it outdoors and ever hope to see it next year up here in the mountains), many folks just give it “the toss” and buy another new one a few seasons later.Try planting a few of these Amarcrinum bulbs this coming spring and watch the show begin this summer. Crinodonna is an evergreen bulb that is the result of the intergeneric cross of Crinum moorei and Amaryllis belladonna. Photo courtesy of Harold Voorheis