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Flowering bulbs

  • The beautiful sub-tropical Amaryllis will mesmerise you with its cluster of large red flowers.
  • It’s an easy to grow house plant that is much loved for its long and rich flowering period.
  • Amaryllis is one of the easiest flower bulbs to grow indoors and this variety has stunning red flowers. Amaryllis Bulb 'Royal Red' (Hippeastrum) deserves a place of honour in your living room!
  • This amaryllis stands on sturdy stems and is double-flowered.

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  • Eventual Height

    Can grow up to 45 cm m in the right conditions.

  • Pot Size

    13 cm

  • Season of Interest

    Flowering: winter

  • Light Required

    Amaryllis need plenty of light to flower. They need to be kept out of harsh, direct light, but if they are too shaded it will impact flowering.

  • Watering

    Once your amaryllis is growing, water from the top using tepid tap water and never let the plant sit in a saucer of water. Continue to water the plant after it’s finished flowering if you intend to store the bulb.

  • Best Growing Conditions

    Once flowering has finished cut off the flower stalk 5-10cm above the bulb - don't cut off the foliage. Water when the surface of the compost is dry and feed regularly with a balanced liquid fertiliser. Usually the best thing to do is keep watering it through the summer and in autumn stop watering and move to a dark, dim spot. Allow it to dry out for a few months so that the foliage wilts and dies back. In November bring it back in to the light and start watering again. Old foliage should be removed though take care not to cut any new shoots off. In a few weeks a new flower shoot will appear and flower just in time for Christmas.

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