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Amaryllis, Premium Tin Kit Case Pack

With big, beautiful blossoms, Amaryllis are a favorite bringing warmth and color into the home during the winter months.  These bold blooms originated in South America’s tropical regions, lending to their tropical look.  Amaryllis Gift Kits are an excellent impulse buy and make thoughtful gifts for holiday hosts, friends, family, and more!  These beauties are an incredible value and easy to grow.

Case Pack Includes:

  • Premium Tin Amaryllis Kit, Red (6 kits)
  • Premium Tin Amaryllis Kit, Striped (3 kits)
  • Premium Tin Amaryllis Kit, Pink (3 kits)

Each Kit Includes:

  • 1 Amaryllis Bulb (Size 26-28 cm)
  • Decorative Pot
  • Planting Media
  • Planting instructions

Order this case pack assortment for an excellent start to your early holiday sales!  Pre-order now to ship in Fall 2023!

Case Dimensions: 12.75”w x 18.75”d x 13.75”h


# Description Qty per Unit Units Available Price/Unit
DGCAMPR1 Amaryllis, Premium Tin Kit Case Pack 12 out of stock $119.40

Plant Details +

Common Name Amaryllis
Family Hippeastrum
Height Average of 20"
Spacing 5"
Exposure Indirect sun
Foliage Green
Flower Varies
Bloomtime Winter - very early spring

Planting/Care Instructions +

Planting Instructions: 1. Place media disc into the pot and add warm water. Each media disc requires 2 to 2 ½ cups of water to expand. (It is recommended to start with the minimum amount of water and add additional if needed.) Once media has expanded, fluff media. 2. Once media has been prepared, plant bulb in the media with approximately the top 1/3 of the bulb showing above the media surface. 3. Keep the Amaryllis in a warm location (70-75°F), but not in direct sunlight. 4. Keep the media moist but not soggy. DO NOT OVERWATER. 5. After flowering, remove the flower stem just above the bulb and continue to water. Plant outdoors in the spring and fertilize throughout the summer. After the first frost, remove bulb from the media and store in a cool dark place for a minimum of 8 weeks. After 8 weeks, the bulb can be re-potted, and a new cycle will begin.