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Vermilion red native phoebe (genus Crested Butterfly)
Vermilion red native phoebe (genus Crested Butterfly)
Vermilion red native phoebe (genus Crested Butterfly)
Vermilion red native phoebe (genus Crested Butterfly)
Vermilion red native phoebe (genus Crested Butterfly)
Vermilion red native phoebe (genus Crested Butterfly)
Vermilion red native phoebe (genus Crested Butterfly)
Vermilion red native phoebe (genus Crested Butterfly)
Vermilion red native phoebe (genus Crested Butterfly)
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Vermilion red native phoebe (genus Crested Butterfly)

Vermilion red native phoebe (genus Crested Butterfly)

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Amaryllis may be purchased as bare or planted bulbs, and are prized for their exotic trumpet-shaped flowers born on 1- to 2-foot leafless stalks or scapes. They add dramatic color to homes and gardens and make wonderful gifts to gardeners from beginners to experts.

Native to Africa, the genus Amaryllis comes from the Greek word amarysso, which means "to sparkle." Bulbs were brought to Europe in the 1700s and have been known to bloom for up to 75 years. However, the amaryllis bulbs we commonly purchase and grow as houseplants are hybrids of the genus Hippeastrum and are native to Central and South America.

Amaryllis flowers range from 4 to 10 inches in size and can be either single or double in form.

While the most popular colors are red and white, flowers may also be pink, salmon, apricot, rose or deep burgundy. Some varieties are bicolor such as purple and green, or picotee (having petals with a different edge color).

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When Will It Bloom?

This chart gives you an idea of when you're amaryllis will bloom relative to the planting date. It usually takes six to eight weeks for amaryllis to bloom, but check the label on the variety you have — some bloom faster, and some slower.

Planting date Bloom timeframe
Oct. 15 Nov. 19-Dec. 10
Nov. 1 Dec. 6-27
Nov. 15 Dec. 20-Jan. 10
Dec. 1 Jan. 6-28
Dec. 15 Jan. 19-Feb. 9
Jan. 1 Feb. 6-26
Jan. 15 Feb. 19-March 12
Feb. 1 March 8-29
Feb. 15 April 5-26
Closeup of blooms on Nymph Potted AmaryllisDouble-flowered potted Nymph amaryllis.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q. My amaryllis is sprouting leaves, but no flower stem yet. Does this mean it won't bloom?
A. Some amaryllis bulbs sprout leaves first, and then the flower stalk emerges a little later. Others send up the flower stalk first, followed by the leaves. You should see the flower stalk peeking up between the leaves soon.

Q. Do I need to fertilize my amaryllis?
A. The stored bulb contains all the "food" your amaryllis needs to sprout and bloom. If you decide to keep your amaryllis for reblooming next year, you'll need to fertilize it like you would any houseplant. Details below ("For Bloom Next Year").

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