100 Pcs Amaryllis Flower Seeds Exotic Barbados Lily Ideal For Outdoor Indoor Pot Decorations
Introduce an exotic touch to your outdoor or indoor garden with our 100 Pcs Amaryllis Flower Seeds. Renowned for its stunning beauty, the Amaryllis, also known as Barbados Lily, is an ideal addition to any garden space, be it your home, office, or small park. These easy-to-grow seeds can also serve as an elegant decoration for your balcony, courtyard, or rooftop.
Boasting a vibrant red hue, the Amaryllis is more than just a pretty face – it’s a plant with benefits. Known for its air-purifying properties, this flower can enhance your environment while keeping the air clean. It’s also a natural mosquito repellent. So, if you’re looking to beautify your surroundings while keeping those pesky insects at bay, this is the plant for you.
Our Amaryllis seeds are of the perennial variety, thriving in subtropical climates. They are easy to cultivate, making them perfect for both budding gardeners and seasoned green thumbs. The Amaryllis is a Capricorn’s plant, aligning with the zodiac sign’s traits of discipline, responsibility, and self-control.
How to Plant Amaryllis Lily Seeds 100 Pcs Pack:
1. Soak the seeds in warm water for 24 hours.
2. Then, let them sit in cold water for 72 hours.
3. Place the seeds in wet soil, covering them with a 1.5 cm layer of soil and a sheet of plastic.
4. Water daily. The seeds will start to sprout in about 15 days.
Intrigued? Wait no more. Bring an exotic flair to your garden with our 100 Pcs Amaryllis Flower Seeds. They are not just plants, they’re a lifestyle, a decor, and a hobby all rolled into one. Add them to your garden today and watch as they transform your space into a vibrant and refreshing haven.
- Latin Name: The Latin name for Amaryllis is Hippeastrum.
- Planting Season: The planting season for Amaryllis seeds is autumn.
- Germination Rate: The germination rate of Amaryllis seeds is usually around 80% when properly cared for.
- Grown Plant Size: Amaryllis plants can grow to a height of up to 2 feet.
- Time to Maturity: The Amaryllis plant usually matures and begins to bloom within 6-8 weeks of planting.
- Soil Type: Amaryllis plants thrive in well-drained soil, with a pH level of 6.0-6.5.
- Watering: Water the Amaryllis plant thoroughly, then allow the top 2 inches of soil to dry out before watering again.
- Sunlight: Amaryllis plants require full sun to partial shade for optimal growth.
- Uses: Amaryllis plants are ideal for outdoor and indoor decorations and are known for their air-purifying properties.
- Deer Resistance: Amaryllis plants are not usually eaten by deer, making them a great choice for gardens that are frequented by these animals.
- Pest and Disease Resistance: Amaryllis plants are resistant to most common garden pests and diseases.
- Spacing Requirements: Amaryllis bulbs should be spaced about 12-15 inches apart.
- Companion Plants: Amaryllis plants pair well with other bulbs such as daffodils and tulips, as well as low-growing groundcovers.
- Harvesting Instructions: Allow the Amaryllis plant to die back naturally, then dig up the bulb and store it in a cool, dry place until the next planting season.