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The petals on amaryllis Blossom Peacock appear to have been dipped, one at a time in rosy red Easter egg dye and then reassembled to create a double flower form. The dye drips off the center rib leaving a white streak that extends out to the petal's pointed tip. Fascinating. Oh, and this amaryllis is one of the few that's fragrant.
Tip: all amaryllis bulbs are not the same. Larger bulbs produce more flower stalks and more blooms per stalk. Get big, healthy, carefully held bulbs - optimum temperature, humidity and light conditions - here and enjoy truly stunning flowering amaryllis. (Note: different varieties mature to different bulb sizes. All the bulbs here are large to very large for the individual cultivar.)
|Botanical Name:||Hippeastrum Blossom Peacock|
|Common Name:||Amaryllis Blossom Peacock|
|Growing Zones:||Anywhere indoors, Zones 8-10 outdoors|
|Sun/Shade:||Full sun outdoors or in a sunny window|
|Flowers:||Fragrant (unusual in amaryllis). Typically flowers in 4 to 6 weeks indoors and in spring outdoors.|
|Flower Color:||Double white flowers with rosy red tips|
|Plant/Bulb Size:||30/32 cm in circumference|
|Pkg. Count:||1 large bulb|
|Product info, photos and tips:||Amaryllis Planting Guide|
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