These plants are perennial herbaceous bulbous plants. They generally have large fleshy bulbs and tall broad leaves, generally evergreen. The foliage is evergreen in warm climates and will continue to grow. flower stalks will develop in the fall.
Amaryllis, Dutch Amaryllis
Up to 60 cm
Easy to grow
Planting and care
After planting, water well
Reduce watering in the winter
Apply mulch in the fall
Remove the mulch in the spring to prevent excess moisture from affecting the bulb
Cut off the old flower stalks after flowering but leave the foliage in place
Re-pot your bulb in the fresh potting soil
Dutch Amaryllis care
Amaryllis may be planted from September through April in warm weather climates
If planting in a pot then, choose a high-quality pot as bulbs grow big
Dig holes and plant the bulbs with an inch of the bulb above the soil surface
Keep at least 3 inches of distance between each bulb
Full sun to light shade
18 to 24 degrees C
Use any organic fertilizer.
Spring, After Spring
Dutch Amaryllis special feature
Dutch Amaryllis uses
Flowers are showy and can be used as cut flowers
Frequently Asked Questions
How tall do dutch amaryllis grow?
On average dutch amaryllis grows Up to 60 cm
What color are dutch amaryllis ?
A dutch amaryllis plant bears flowers of color Varies