This time of year, mid Octobre, we start washing and cleaning our Amaryllis bulbs in order to send everything in the first week of November. This year we’re very satisfied about the quality.
If you want to have a blooming Amarillys Christmas, please order asap!
Amaryllis are best known for sporting red or red and white blooms, but they also come in other colors. Some varieties are multi-colored. Color symbolism for the amaryllis can also be applied to many other decorative flowers. Continue reading Amaryllis Flower Color Meanings
Amaryllis flowers in bloom are spectacular additions to any garden or bouquet. Originally from tropical lands like the Caribbean, South Africa or islands in the South Seas, amaryllis can be found all over the world, except for Antarctica. Continue reading Amaryllis Flower Its Meanings
Learn the ins and outs of growing and dividing hardy amaryllis bulbs.
Dig into the easy-growing beauty of amaryllis bulbs. Goofproof and tough as nails, hardy amaryllis bulbs stage a colorful show that demands little in the way of upkeep. Continue reading Ins and outs of growing hardy amaryllis
Symbolism of the Amaryllis Flower!
Although taxonomists and botanists may quibble over what exact species are amaryllises, the symbolism hasn’t changed much in centuries. Continue reading Its Symbolism
A Tale of True Love and Horticultural Wonder
Greek mythology brings us the story of Amaryllis, a love-struck maiden who longed for the handsome but cold-hearted Alteo. Desperate to win his love, she pierced her heart with a golden arrow and then visited his cottage daily, shedding drops of blood along the way. On the thirtieth day, beautiful scarlet flowers bloomed along the path.
Continue reading Amaryllis Facts
No water flowers, unique, easy and beautiful !
Artistically eye-catching, the Amaryllis bulb with a creative Wax layer. Ready to use. The bulb flowers without water. Great to give, nice to have! Continue reading What do you know about the Wax Amaryllis
When is an Amaryllis not an Amaryllis? When it’s a Hippeastrum! No, this is not a lame Christmas cracker joke – it’s a centuries-old riddle that has provoked heated debate among some of the world’s leading botanists for centuries.
The confusion surrounding the two genera stems from their complex history dating back to the 18th Century – and the true identity of these colorful blooms is still regarded a grey area among many experts. Continue reading Hippeastrum or Amaryllis: What’s the difference?
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A new feature on our website is the sharing of your article about Amaryllis. Your blog will we publish on our website and share it via our Social Media. Continue reading How to get a Free Amaryllis Bulb?
Get your amaryllis potted! It’s time for the amaryllis ritual. Pot them now for blooms by Christmas.
A few years ago, I bought extra because I couldn’t choose between less-common orange blossoms and the standard holiday red. Once I had them lined up in their clay’flowerspots, watered and sprouting, I realized I should have staggered the planting at two-week intervals Continue reading The amaryllis Story of Mariana Greene “Gardening Fool”
Growth, rest and blooming at the greenhouse!
Amaryllis is a bulb that blooms once a year. In nature, the crop and the bulbs grow in the summer, with new flower buds being created in the bulb. At the same time, the bulb stores a lot of spare food. This is necessary, because the crop dies after summer and the bulb with the new flower buds has to survive a cold period in the winter. Continue reading The cultivation of cut Amaryllis
What do you know about the History of the Amaryllis?
Early History : Some botanists believe that the Portuguese probably brought the amaryllis bulb to Europe around the early 16th century. It is not surprising that Portugal, Spain and Italy were among the first European countries to introduce the amaryllis belladonna, Continue reading The History of the Amaryllis Flower
Princesse Claire from Belgium has her own Amaryllis! Chateau Beloeil, March 2016, Since 1988, Chateau Beloeil, a medieval castle in Belgium and owned by the princely family of Ligne, is the host of a large amaryllis exhibition. The many beautiful rooms are decorated with thousands of amaryllis flowers in many colors and types. Continue reading Princesse Claire baptizes Hippeastrum
The amaryllis is the festive flower par excellence. With its enchanting beauty it can be very successfully styled to suit the required mood. And don’t just think of extravagant red amaryllises; restrained white amaryllises, for instance, also look beautiful. We’re happy to give you some inspiration. Continue reading The perfect flower for every mood
Is the Amaryllis the next big flower in the fragrance world?
The beautiful and majestic Amaryllis is undoubtedly best known for its vibrant and velvety trumpet-like flowers. But behind its bold façade hides this bloom’s best-kept secret – its mild, sweet and delicate scent. Continue reading The scent of the Amaryllis
Looking for some warmth on cold days? Opt for the sparkle of the Amaryllis. This long-stemmed elegant beauty also does well in early spring, incidentally. Will you let her shine in your home as well? Continue reading Looking for some warmth on cold days?
There are many different Amaryllis colors! There are at least 500 different varieties of Amaryllis flowers. And there are many different Amaryllis colors too. Every year I photograph lots and lots of Amaryllis flowers at the Keukenhof Garden “the Amaryllis Parade” in the Netherlands and I can’t get enough of all the different shape, size and colors. Have a look at the different Amaryllis colors. Continue reading The different colors of a Amaryllis flowers
Valentine Gift Idea for the Romantic Gardener! Besides chocolate, the most common Valentine’s Day gift is flowers. Romantic gift-givers young and old tend to stress about picking out the perfect gift for their special someone. We will help you to find the perfect gift for your Valentine. Continue reading Amaryllis, the perfect flower for Valentine’s Day …!
Amaryllis or as it is officially named “Hippeastrum”! For convenience, we will keep it in general usage and talk about the Amaryllis. What we noticed is that Amaryllis quite often written in different ways. What we noticed is that Amaryllis quite often written in different ways: Amarillis, Amaryllus, Amaryllises, Amaryllids, Amarilis, Amarilidaceae, Amarylis to name a few. Continue reading What’s in a name Amaryllis, Amarillis, Amarylis, Amaryllus, Amaryllises!