Waxed amaryllis require no water or soil to grow. Place the waxed amaryllis on a flat surface in a bright location, although they will grow in low light settings. The waxed amaryllis should bloom 2-3 times per season.
You may remove the wax from the amaryllis bulb for possible growth and blooms the next season.
To get your waxed amaryllis to bloom again:
Cut off the leaves from bulb and remove the bulb from the pot and soil it is planted in. Store the bulb in a paper bag in cool, dry, and dark location. Avoid storing the bulb in extreme heat or cold.
In late September to early October prepare to wake up the bulb for growth and blooms. Take the amaryllis out of the bag and plant the bulb in soil, add water and sun. Gradually expose the potted amaryllis to sun to help keep the growth balanced. Within 6-8 weeks new blooms will appear on your amaryllis.