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We've grown this amaryllis year in and year out for it's fully double form and intricate red accents. Aphrodite typically grows not too tall and fills out a pot nicely, making it an excellent statement amaryllis especially when planted in trios.
Tip: all amaryllis bulbs are not the same. Larger bulbs produce more flower stalks and more blooms per stalk. These Aphrodite bulbs are plumb and very large, this variety produces bulbs that are always among the nicest!
|Botanical Name:||Hippeastrum Aphrodite|
|Common Name:||Amaryllis Aphrodite|
|Growing Zones:||Anywhere indoors, Zones 8-10 outdoors|
|Sun/Shade:||Full sun outdoors or in a sunny window|
|Flowers:||Typically flowers in 8 to 12 weeks indoors, and in spring outdoors|
|Flower Color:||Fully double white with light red airbrushing|
|Plant/Bulb Size:||32/34 cm in circumference|
|Product info, photos and tips:||Amaryllis Planting Guide|
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