Discover the enchanting world of Amaryllis! Our collection welcomes you to a floral spectacle, offering everything from the softest pinks to the most striking striped patterns. Whether your taste leans towards the understated elegance of single blooms or the lavish fullness of double blossoms, our range has it all. The majestic Amaryllis stands unrivaled as the winter monarch, blooming with sizes varying from petite and charming to blooms as large as dinner plates. Indulge in the splendor and diversity of these stunning flowers, and let the Amaryllis transform your space into a vibrant paradise this winter.
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Amaryllis flowers are stunning and come in various colors and patterns. It is the epitome of effortless elegance and vibrant beauty. Their large, trumpet-shaped blooms add an elegant and lively touch to any space, enhancing the overall beauty of your plant collection.
Amaryllis bulbs are known for their ease of care. They are an excellent choice for both experienced gardeners and beginners, requiring minimal attention while consistently producing spectacular blooms.
Amaryllis can bloom annually with the proper care, offering a recurring display of beauty. Even when not in bloom, their lush, green foliage continues to add interest and color to your collection.
Amaryllis can be grown indoors and outdoors (in suitable climates), making them a versatile addition to any collection. They can bring life to indoor spaces during the winter months and add color to outdoor gardens in the spring and summer.
Amaryllis only requires a little space to grow. They can thrive in small pots, making them ideal for those with limited gardening space.
If you can’t bury them immediately, keep the bulbs cool, ideally between 40-50 degrees Fahrenheit.How to Plant
Use a nutrient-rich potting mix for planting your bulbs. These mixes are often readily available. Immerse the bulb in the soil so that about 1/3 of the bulb should be exposed.
Typically, bulbs bloom in 6-10 weeks. Depending on when you want your bulbs to bloom will dictate when you should take them out of dormancy. Our rule of thumb is to wake them up on November 1st for Christmas blooms, and February 1st for Easter blooms.
Or if you have multiple bulbs stagger when you wake them up, and you’ll have blooms all Winter long!
Once the amaryllis blooms fade, they can bloom again. Amaryllis can produce multiple stems with multiple blooms! Remove spent flowers and trim the stem to the top of the bulb
Clean the bulb and store it in a cool, dark place between 40-50 degrees Fahrenheit, like a basement or heated garage for at least six weeks.
After the 6-week storage period, you can plant the bulbs again. For best results, plant them about eight weeks before you want them to bloom, ensuring a timely display of flowers.