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Double flower form Amaryllis Ice Queen could be a cousin to Amaryllis Snowdrift, in both name and appearance. Ice Queen is rarer, has petals that are more slender and curlier, and sports a wilder look. We're big fans and are delighted to be able to include this unusual variety to this year's offering. Look for very large 7-8" blooms that are well placed and held in nice, outright positions. The color is clean, snowy white - stunning paired with evergreens.
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. Learn more about the importance of amaryllis bulb size here.
|Botanical Name:||Hippeastrum Ice Queen|
|Common Name:||Amaryllis Ice Queen|
|Growing Zones:||Anywhere indoors, Zones 8-10 outdoors|
|Sun/Shade:||Sunny windowsill indoors and full to 3/4 day sun outdoors|
|Flowers:||Typically flowers in 8 to 10 weeks indoors, and in spring outdoors|
|Flower Color:||Curly, pure white petals|
|Plant/Bulb Size:||30/32 cm in circumference - big!|
|Product info, photos and tips:||Amaryllis Planting Guide|
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