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Planting Red Lion Amaryllis bulbs is the perfect activity for this holiday season! Whether you’re a gardening expert or a complete beginner, amaryllis plants are easy to grow and care for, making them a beautiful, festive addition to your fall and winter decor.
Red Lion Amaryllis are perfect for planting indoors during the holidays and brightening up your home during the depths of winter, thanks to their huge, colorful, and long-lasting flowers.
Don’t wait to get yours—Our Red Lion Amaryllis bulbs sell out quickly during the holiday season!
Availability, size, and price vary at our local St. Louis store. Contact us for more info.
At Chalily, we start with only the highest quality Red Lion Amaryllis bulbs. From there, we pre-pot them for you in an array of beautiful pots and vases—they’re ready to start growing as soon as you open your package!
We also 100% guarantee that your Red Lion Amaryllis bulbs will arrive more than just alive; they’ll arrive healthy, happy, and ready to grow. Within a few weeks, you can enjoy the deep red blooms that make Christmas feel like Christmas!
Amaryllis prefer well-drained soil. Letting your soil dry full between each watering will promote growth and blooms.
Fertilizer isn’t a necessity but an added bonus. Your amaryllis stores its bloom inside the bulb from the previous growing season. The best time to fertilize your amaryllis is after it blooms until you put it back into dormancy. That way it has the energy to produce another large bloom next season.
Your new Red Lion Amaryllis needs sunshine—Amaryllis require about 4 hours of sunlight per day. The more sunlight the quicker it will bloom or grow. Choose a window with as much light as possible to encourage fast growth. Because its stalks will bend toward sunlight, we recommend rotating your pot every two weeks or so.
Once the Red Lion flowers wither away, it’s a good idea to cut the dried leaves and stalks (don’t touch the healthy leaves, though!). You can prune leaves when they turn yellow, but keep the amaryllis bulb in the soil.
Yes! Red Lion Amaryllis takes 2-3 years from seed to bloom, so propagating from them from bulbs is a faster method. Mature bulbs sometimes produce baby bulbs that grow off the side of the mother bulb. Once they are large enough you can break them off and plant them using the same method as a mature bulb. Once leaves start to sprout, you can start watering your new bulbs.
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