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Overview & Details

Amaryllis Double Dragon Bulb
Showy double deep red flowers are sure to be the main attraction of a Christmas centerpiece. Just plant the bulb and let this winter bloomer astound you with its beauty.

What You Get
  • 1 bulb


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Common Plant Name: Amaryllis
Genus: Hippeastrum
Annual/Perennial: Perennial
Sun/Shade Requirements: Full sun to partial shade
USDA Hardiness Zones: 9, 10
Planting Space Distance: 4 to 6"
Height at Maturity: 18 to 24"
Spread at Maturity: 4 to 6"
Bloom Period: Winter/Christmas
Preferable Type of Soil: Well-drained
Watering Needs: Low-medium

Features

Planting Instructions
  • Amaryllis is a tender bulb and needs to be planted in pots indoors throughout most of North America
  • In USDA zones 9-12, it can be planted outside, as long as it is protected during freezing temperatures
  • Plant outside with the neck sticking out of the ground
  • Water and fertilize after leaves appear and repeat several times in spring
  • Then let nature take its course
  • To grow indoors as a house plant, select a 6 to 8" container of your choice, then fill about half the pot with medium
  • Set the bulb atop the soil, filling in with soil around the bulb to maintain its position
  • About the top third of the bulb should be left exposed above the soil level, leaving room in the pot for watering
  • Amaryllis bulbs like room temperatures, and exposure to sunshine will keep them shorter
  • As the flower stalk grows towards the light, rotate the pot frequently to prevent toppling

Continuing Care
  • Amaryllis are fairly easily induced to re-flower as a perennial
  • To re-grow, after flowering, cut off the flower stalk just above the neck of the bulb, but be sure to leave the foliage
  • Place the pot in a sunny window, and only water when the soil is dry
  • Fertilize regularly
  • After danger of frost, place pot outside until fall, when frost kills the leaves off
  • Then let the potted bulb rest by storing it in a cool, dry place for 2.5 months and do not water it
  • Restart the process

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