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Red Lion Potted Amaryllis - Gift Ready

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4.95 stars, based on 19 review(s)
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Give the gift of blooms this beauty season with our Ready-to-Gift Red Lion Potted Amaryllis!  This bright red Amaryllis is already potted making this the perfect way to show someone special you care!  Each bulb is ready to sprout so the recipient can enjoy watching it grow!  

Our Ready-to-Gift Amaryllis series feature large bulbs already planted in soil in a durable pot. Each also comes packaged in a beautiful decorative sleeve making these pre-potted Amaryllis Ready-to-Gift!

*Shipping starts mid-November.*

The ideal growing location for this pre-potted amaryllis is one that receives some sun throughout the day. Amaryllis will grow and bloom in very low light settings.

Water 1 cup or less until blooms form. If the soil is moist, do not add additional water. Once blooms appear water may be increased, however only add water when the soil is completely dry.

Expect multiple blooms per stem to appear from the pre-potted amaryllis. Once the blooms have faded cut the stem back to level with the top of the container. The amaryllis may bloom 2-3 more times the season it was first received.

Once the amaryllis has started to grow only leaves it is finished blooming for the year.

How to Get my Amaryllis to bloom again?

Cut off the leaves from bulb. Remove the bulb from the pot and soil it is planted in. Store the bulb in a paper bag in cool, dry, and dark location. Avoid storing the bulb in extreme heat or cold.

In late September to early October prepare to wake up the bulb for growth and blooms. Take the amaryllis out of the bag and plant the bulb in soil, add water and sun. Gradually expose the potted amaryllis to sun to help keep the growth balanced. Within 6-8 weeks new blooms will appear on your amaryllis.

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This amaryllis is tall and beautiful. I have 3 flowers on one thick durable stem and now I have a second stem coming up

lovely gift

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  • easy care
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My mother is very pleased with the flower and she like to send me updated pictures. It has had several blooms, and is not fussy to care for.

Red Lion Amaryllis

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Beautiful blooms! The color is a vibrant red. One has 2 blooms and 2 buds and another bud growing. The other one has 4 buds.

Red Lion Amaryllis

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  • Top quality
  • excellent price
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So vibrant it chases away grey days of winter. Gave 2 as gifts for friends to watch as they recuperate from surgery. They really enjoyed them.

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  • Price and product quality.
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  • Ordering hurdles
As I have for several previous years, I made multiple orders of Amarylis, to be sent to separate addresses. Unlike previous years, I struggled to submit my order. I got no response by phone and after some initial trouble navigating the website, I found that the multiple addresses I use were on file so I didn't have to type each one out.
These were gifts, so I can't report on everyone's reaction, but the kit we ordered for ourselves has performed admirably. One other I did hear about complained that the bulb had moved in shipping and was trying to grow against the inside of the pot. They repotted it and now it is pointed up again and growing. The kit is pretty bare bones.
All that whining aside, I am still your fan and the Red Lion is looking good.