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Amaryllis - Samba

Amaryllis - Samba

Regular price $16.95
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Includes: 1 large amaryllis bulb

This product ships: Fall & Spring Shipping

SKU: 30236-01

Red Big Bloom Amaryllis Bulbs For Sale | Amaryllis Samba

For fans of opulent fabrics, jewel tone hues and full skirts with petticoats, this new amaryllis was bred with your tastes in mind. Large, plump buds open to colorful blooms, with wide, red, rounded petals. Samba flowers are a rich red with white edges and center star, set off by a vibrant kiwi green throat. They'll dance their way into your holiday. 

Giant red blooms open on each amaryllis stem. Multiple blooms per stem and multiple stems per bulb. Water sparingly until you see new green growth coming from the center of the bulb. Increase water slightly once you start to see flower buds. Enjoy!

Easy to Grow Features

  • 18-24 inches tall
  • Rich red flowers with white edges and kiwi throats
  • 40-60 days to bloom
  • 30-32 cm bulb
  • Bright light indoors, full sun to light shade outdoors (zones 8b-10)
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  • Planting Depth
    Top 1" of bulb exposed
  • Planting Proximity
  • Planting Season
    Fall or Spring
  • Plant Benefits
    Can force blooms indoors during winter. Dramatic flowers.
  • Water Quantity
    Low; Moderate with Growth
  • Bloom Season
    Indoors: Blooms in 40-60 days; Outdoors: Spring
  • Sunlight Quantity
    Partial Sun; Bright Direct Indoors
  • Hardiness Zones
    Zones 9-11 or indoors

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Janice Zoller
Amaryllis Samba

I purchased the preplanted Amaryllis Samba in a metallic pot for my sister-in-law's birthday in 2017.
She sent pictures as the plant developed, and was ecstatic over the rich, long lasting blooms.
This is an excellent gift choice for someone with a late fall/early winter birthday.

Joh DiGiacomo
Crazy Huge Flower

Ordered this bulb in early October and it bloomed beautifully! Super easy to grow. Started it inside my house and after the blooms died I moved it into my garden outside. Happy that I live in a zone where these guys will naturalize outside. Can't wait to see it come back next year!