Amaryllis Bulbs - Red & White Collection

Amaryllis Bulbs - Red & White Collection

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  • Elegant and Showy Star-Shaped Blooms, The Perfect Indoor Flower
  • USDA Hardy in Zones 8-11, Easy to Grow and Long-Lasting Blooms Indoors
  • Note: Amaryllis Bulbs Ship to All Zones Beginning in October

Fast Facts

Life Cycle:Annual
Bulb/Tuber/Root Size:30-32 cm Circumference
Light Requirement:Full Sun, Partial Shade
Planting Season:Fall
Color:Mixed
Plant Height:24 inches+
Plant Spacing:2 inches apart
Planting Depth:Top inch of bulb should remain above planting material
Water Needs:Average
Hardiness Zones:3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10
Ships:Fall, Winter
Features:Container Garden, Cut Flower Garden
Blooms:Winter
Mix Contents:Red Nymph, Clown

About Amaryllis Bulbs - Red & White Collection

Pre-Order Now; Ships Fall 2022

The More Bulbs You Buy, The More You Save!

Amaryllis - Red and White Collection

We are in love with this new red and white Amaryllis collection! Amaryllis is a classic holiday favorite and the two colors look great together.

Fast Facts

Life Cycle:Annual
Bulb/Tuber/Root Size:30-32 cm Circumference
Light Requirement:Full Sun, Partial Shade
Planting Season:Fall
Color:Mixed
Plant Height:24 inches+
Plant Spacing:2 inches apart
Planting Depth:Top inch of bulb should remain above planting material
Water Needs:Average
Hardiness Zones:3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10
Ships:Fall, Winter
Features:Container Garden, Cut Flower Garden
Blooms:Winter
Mix Contents:Red Nymph, Clown

About Amaryllis Bulbs - Red & White Collection

Pre-Order Now; Ships Fall 2022

The More Bulbs You Buy, The More You Save!

Amaryllis - Red and White Collection

We are in love with this new red and white Amaryllis collection! Amaryllis is a classic holiday favorite and the two colors look great together.

Planting Amaryllis Bulbs - How to Grow Amaryllis Bulbs Indoors
 

Amaryllis is one of the most magnificent bulb plants you can grow indoors. Their colorful, dinner plate-sized flowers are held high above the strap-like foliage on sturdy stems that grow up to 24 inches high. The word Amaryllis comes from the Greek word for "sparkling". And they do just that, brightening up a spring lawn, or adding color indoors on a cold, drab winter's day. Forcing them to bloom indoors is a snap. All you’ll need is potting soil and a well drained pot!

 

How to Plant your Amaryllis Bulbs Indoors:

 

Amaryllis bulbs should be planted in pots which are approximately 1 to 2 inches wider than the diameter of the bulb. Containers may be plastic or clay, but should have drainage holes in the bottom of the pot. Add a small amount of potting soil to the bottom of the pot. Center the bulb in the middle of the pot. Then add additional potting soil, firming it around the roots and bulb. Allow 2 inches between the bulb and the edge of the pot. The upper 1/2 of the bulb should be above the surface of the soil.

 

Tamp the potted bulb gently to settle it into the pot and to firm the soil. Mature Amaryllis are heavy and will topple if not properly seated in the soil. Then water well and place in a cool (60 F) location. Water sparingly until growth appears.

 

When growth begins, water more frequently, move the plant to a warm, sunny window and apply a water-soluble fertilizer every to 2 to 4 weeks. Flowering normally occurs about 6 to 9 weeks after potting. When the flower bud appears, turn the pot daily so that the flower-bearing stalk grows straight. The individual flowers can reach up to 8 inches in diameter.

 

Pot Amaryllis bulbs in mid-November for bloom during the Christmas holidays.

 

When blooms fade, cut off the tubular flower stem near the top of the bulb, leaving the foliage to continue growing. Water as usual and apply a water-soluble fertilizer every four weeks.

 

Once the danger of frost is past you may move your Amaryllis bulb outdoors to your garden where it can enjoy the summer sun. Be sure to continue your fertilizer program every four weeks as this is necessary for the next round of indoor forcing.

 

In early Autumn, bring your Amaryllis bulb inside and allow it to completely dry out. Cut off the dry leaves and let it "rest" for 6 weeks. Now repot your Amaryllis bulb in new soil and start the process all over again.

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