£4.50 – £35.00
Amaryllis Belladonna. Robust hardy perennial. This variety of Amaryllis is for growing outdoors. In cool areas they need to be grown against a south facing wall, in a warm sunny spot. Make sure the soil is well-drained not clay. Strap leaves appear in spring and die down in early summer. Flowers will appear in early autumn, producing clusters of 6-12 fragrant, funnel shaped blooms. Native habitat – south Africa. Other bulbs to Compliment Amaryllis Belladonna are the Crinum powellii and the Amarcrinum bulbs. which are all part of the same family.
large Bulbs Supplied, size 24up.
September – October
1 bulb, 3 bulbs, 9 bulbs
Plant: March – April, with the tip of the bulb level with the soil. Flowers September – October.
Hardy. Perennial. These plants need well-drained soil along with dry conditions. If planting in pots water
sparingly once a week or when needed. For feeding use a slow release fertilizer. They will thrive in a warm sunny place; in cool areas plant next to a south facing wall in full sun.
Amaryllis Belladonna dislike disturbance; and are best left alone until the clump is severely overcrowded; lift divide and replant.