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This hard to find amaryllis goes by two names; Opal Star and Cherry Crush. Call it either but find a place on the windowsill for this colorful, starry beauty. Large blooms and medium stem length are ideal for winter color when nothing much is happening outdoors and you've just got to have flowers.
Extra large bulbs for an outstanding price this season (yeah for bumper crops!), while stocks last!
Tip: all amaryllis bulbs are not the same. Larger bulbs produce more flower stalks and more blooms per stalk. If you're going to grow beautiful amaryllis, reward yourself with large, plump bulbs that wow.
|Botanical Name:||Hippeastrum Opal Star|
|Common Name:||Amaryllis Opal Star, Amaryllis Cherry Crush|
|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:||Large starry blooms with a strong red wash|
|Plant/Bulb Size:||30/32+ cm in circumference|
|Product info, photos and tips:||Amaryllis Planting Guide|
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