Large, carmine pink blooms. Bloom time averages approximately 8-10 week after planting. Mature plants reach 18″+ tall
Holiday Flowering Plant Care
After flowering, cut off the flower stalks and continue to grow as a houseplant. Continue to water and fertilize regularly. Grow inside or move to a partly shaded area outside after danger of frost has passed. Near the end of summer, let the plant go dormant by withholding water. Remove any foliage and store the bulbs in a cool dark location for 4 to 6 weeks. Repot your bulbs in October and soon they will grow and rebloom for the upcoming season.
Amaryllis are foolproof bloomers that perform in most indoor conditions. After bloom, continue to grow as a “green” plant and can later be rebloomed the following year.