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|1||Amaryllis Lily Double ( Red ) - Plant|
|2||6 inch (15 cm) Grower Round Plastic Pot (Black)|
About Amaryllis Lily Double
Amaryllis is a perennial flowering plant.
Amaryllis is a monotypic (consisting of only one species) genus of flowering plants containing the Belladonna Lily, popularly known as the Amaryllis belladonna lily. Amaryllis is a native of South and Central America and the Caribbean.
The Hippeastrum genus of flowering bulbed plants is erroneously named as the Amaryllis or Christmas Amaryllis.
*above specification are indicative only. actual dimensions may vary by +-10%
|Common Name ||Amaryllis Lily Double ( Red ) ,Hippeastrum|
|Flower Colour ||White to deep red.|
|Bloom Time ||Mid to late summer.|
|Difficulty Level ||Easy to grow.|
Planting and careIf leaves turn yellow, cut them off at the base.Rotate the pot frequently to prevent the flower stalks from leaning toward the light.
The flower stalks may require support to keep from toppling.
Flowering is initiated by a stress period of cool or dry conditions. The stress period must be at least 10 weeks to be effective. These conditions can be provided by keeping the bulbs dry during winter. Re-pot the bulb into fresh mixture from early to late Spring and follow the above growing instructions.
Amaryllis Lily Double care
Plant the bulb with the neck at, or slightly above, ground level. In areas where some frost may occur, the bulb should be set with five or six inches of soil above it, followed by an application of four or five inches of fine mulch. Water the area thoroughly after planting.
|Sunlight ||Choose a site with full sun (at least 6-8 hours of direct sun daily).|
|Watering ||Once growth starts, water only if rain is infrequent and the top two inches of soil are dry.|
|Soil ||Well-drained soil.|
|Temperature ||20 C and above|
|Fertilizer || After the leaves appear, fertilize with a balanced fertilizer (such as 10-10-10); repeat once a month through April. From June through September.|
Amaryllis Lily Double uses
- Amaryllis make a stunning display if you cut their flower stems and place them in a sturdy vase
- The best time to cut the flower stems is when the first bud has colored and is just ready to open
Frequently Asked Questions
How to plant jersey lily bulbs?
Select well-draining and nutrient-rich soil. You can grow them in the pot or directly in the soil. Select an appropriate location. Most flowering bulbs prefer full sun. Dig a hole up to 2-3 inch and Set the bulb in the hole pointy side up or the roots down. after planting backfill with soil over the hole, lightly compress the soil but do not pack it and water. There is no need to water continuously, water it when the soil feels dry to touch.
What does a jersey lily look like?
They are bulbous perennials, some evergreen, associated with rocky and arid habitats. They bear spherical umbels of lily-like flowers in shades from white through pink to crimson. In the case of deciduous species, the flowers may appear on naked stems before the leaves develop.
What is a jersey lily?
Amaryllis belladonna is a perennial bulbous plant belongs to family Amaryllidaceae
When to plant jersey lily bulbs?
Plant jersey lily bulbs in spring season
Tuesday, 21 January 2020
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Sunday, 24 November 2019
How many plants like this needed for a 500 SQFT living hall
Sunday, 10 November 2019
Does the plant need regular trimming?
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