These Amaryllis Belladonna bulbs are freshly dug and ready to plant. They should be planted in a 5″ hole with their necks just below ground level. Do not water in summer except with good drainage. They will bloom in August to early September but may take a year or more to get settled after planting and before they bloom, as they need to establish strong, permanent roots.
- Tall Pink Trumpet Shaped Flowers – Large Bulb
- Spring foliage Grows Lushly, then Dies Back. No Summer Water Needed but Will Take Summer Water with Good Drainage
- Stalks Emerges Directly from the Ground in August-Sept. Thus called “Naked Ladies”
- Beautiful Border Addition or in Pots with annuals. 2-3 Feet Tall
- Will Take a Season or Longer to Settle in Before Blooming as they have to produce Permanent Roots