Plant Size : 3 Inch To 5 Inch diameter Sprouted Bulb.
Water : Water once in a week if its winter or rainy season. In summer water thrice a week.
Amaryllis Plant is a small family flowering Plant from south Africa particularly from cape region. They are also known as hippeastrum. Dutch variant of Amaryllis Plant specially striped barbados lily are very famous. Demand of these gorgeous flower has increased in past decade and multiple cultivar have emerged in market. Amaryllis flower is now available in various shape and color ranging from white , Red Pink, Cream, Stripped and many more.
Amaryllis (Hippeastrum) bulbs can be grown both indoors and outdoors, depending on the climate and the desired effect.
Indoors: Amaryllis bulbs are popular as indoor plants, and can be forced to bloom during the winter months. To grow them indoors, simply plant the bulb in a pot with well-draining soil, water it, and place it in a warm, sunny spot. They typically bloom within 6-8 weeks of planting.
Outdoors: In warmer climates (USDA hardiness zones 9 and above), amaryllis bulbs can be planted in the ground and will come back year after year. Plant the bulbs in well-drained soil in a location that gets full sun to partial shade. They will typically bloom in spring or early summer.
Note: If you live in a colder climate, you'll need to dig the bulbs up in the fall and store them indoors over the winter to protect them from frost.
Budsnblush is offering this beautiful Flowering Plant in black plastic pot with very affordable rate. We are available with 4-5 color of this plant but choosing particular plant is very difficult so we send your plant from selection method. That means we choose randomly so you may receive Red or Pink Amryllis Bulb. These plant undergo dormancy in winter from November till January.
Flowering starts from January end, Plant continues to bloom till late May. This gorgeous flower can also be grown in water and many Interior Plant enthusiast love to keep these bulbs in Glass vases and See them Bloom Indoor. This plant is extremely easy to care for and require almost zero care.
After an amaryllis (Hippeastrum) has finished blooming, the plant will enter its dormant phase. Here's how to care for it during this time:
Allow the leaves to die back naturally: Once the blooms have faded, let the leaves die back naturally. Do not remove them until they have turned yellow and dried out. This is important because the leaves are responsible for producing energy for the bulb, which it will need for next year's blooms.
Keep watering: Continue to water the plant as needed to keep the soil consistently moist, but not waterlogged.
Keep fertilizing: Fertilize the plant every 4-6 weeks with a balanced, water-soluble fertilizer during the growing season.
Provide indirect light: Keep the plant in a bright, indirect light spot, but avoid direct sun exposure.
Store bulb after dormant: Once the leaves have died back, stop watering and fertilizing the plant. Carefully remove the bulb from the pot and let it dry out for a day or two before storing it in a cool, dry place for the winter.
Repot: In the fall, when the bulb starts to grow again, repot it in fresh soil or in a larger pot if necessary.
Rebloom: Once it's repotted, with proper care, the bulb will bloom again.
By following these steps, your amaryllis bulb will be ready to bloom again in the following season.
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