The Amaryllis usually have several flowers on each stem - that opens up one after the other - not all at the same time. As the flowers continue to open - you need to remove the old spent flowers. You can use a knife or a pair of scissors. Do it carefully - the little short individual flower stems sit very close together!
Then comes the moment when there is only one or two flowers left on each stem and the whole arrangement starts to look a bit sparse!
What you can do is to simply cut the remaining flowers off the stem and put them in either their own individual vase, jar or container or put a few in each.
They will last for a few more days and looks lovely grouped together on a tray or in a row on a table. The flowers are so big, that even as single flowers in their own little container on a small side-table, they will have enough impact to make an impression.
Enjoy your flower arranging!
I will be back on Friday with another 'A Bunch for the Weekend'.
~ xoxo ~