Amaryllis bulbs don’t require frequent repotting. It’s usually sufficient to repot amaryllis bulbs every three or four years. The best time to repot an amaryllis bulb is immediately after its rest period (cool period has been met). Remove the amaryllis from its pot, carefully shake or wash off most of the old potting soil, select a pot slightly larger than the bulb, and repot using fresh potting soil.
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