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  • Happiness Waxed Amaryllis - 92165
  • Happiness Waxed Amaryllis - 92165
  • Happiness Waxed Amaryllis - 92165
  • Happiness Waxed Amaryllis - 92165
  • Happiness Waxed Amaryllis - 92165
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Happiness Waxed Amaryllis

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4.94 stars, based on 17 review(s)
Ships: Fall
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Celebrate the joy of the season with a decorative Amaryllis bulb dipped in red wax! This easy to grow amaryllis requires no water or soil, making it the perfect gift for gardeners and non-gardeners alike! All bulbs are hand-selected and dipped in-house in our custom wax blend. Place the Red Base Waxed Amaryllis in any brightly lit location and watch it grow and bloom in 4-8 weeks.

What to Expect When Receiving My Waxed Amaryllis:

The waxed amaryllis will arrive in a dormant state. Since the bulb is dormant when shipped little to no growth will be present. A bud may be present on some waxed amaryllis but not all. Waxed amaryllis should be placed in a warm location for optimal growth. Growth and blooms will occur within 4-8 weeks of receiving the bulb.

Note: There is very little chance this amaryllis will bloom again after the first bloom time. However, it is possible to help it bloom again by removing the wax layer and planting the bulb in the ground.

*Shipping starts mid-November.*

Waxed amaryllis require no water or soil to grow. Place the waxed amaryllis on a flat surface in a bright location, although they will grow in low light settings. The waxed amaryllis should bloom 2-3 times per season.

You may remove the wax from the amaryllis bulb for possible growth and blooms the next season.

To get your waxed amaryllis to bloom again:

Cut off the leaves from bulb and 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.

Overall Customer Rating of 17 Reviews:
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Amazing Amaryllis!

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I ordered a Happiness Waxed Amaryllis bulb for my son in college in Wisconsin. It brought cheer to his dorm room in the middle of a winter and keeps blooming. Truly magical! And the price was great too.

Red waxed Amaryllis

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  • Doesn’t need water
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Great! Excellent! It was a gift for my mother-in-law and she absolutely loves it! She sends me pics of the progress.

NY

unique!

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  • easy to grow
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  • nothing
I sent a lot of HBF's waxed amaryllis as gifts this year and people found them very curious. Ex. of thank you cards I rec'd: "So unique" "curious" "special" and "wow, no need to water, that's for me!"

Arizona

Beautiful!

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I ordered this around Thanksgiving, and it was delivered as a Christmas gift to my mother on Dec. 4th. It didn't bloom in time for Christmas or New Years, but it bloomed in January and it was spectacular. It gave her something to look forward to. She couldn't believe that the waxed bulb didn't need to be planted in a pot or watered. Ideal gift for anyone, really.

Unusual!

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  • Short
My Happiness Amaryllis has 3 buds! The first one is blooming now and 2 more growing!
It’s shorter than usual but I’m sure because 3 buds have taken so much energy!