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New Amaryllis for 2013

Safari amaryllis

New for 2013: Safari

It’s hard to beat amaryllis for eye-catching beauty and easy care. And watching an amaryllis bulb come into flower is nothing short of a miracle. This year, we’re proud to add five new varieties to our amaryllis lineup, including Safari, a variety offered only by Gardener’s Supply. It has gorgeous, velvety red blooms on strong stems. The quintessential flower for holiday decorating and a unique gift, it arrives planted in a whitewashed rattan basket. Please note: quantities of this new variety are limited

See our full assortment of amaryllis in Holiday Flowers

Learn more about this rewarding plant in the article Amaryllis Care.

In addition to some returning favorites, new this year are four varieties that are available potted or in gift bags:

  • Lemon Star: Creamy lemon-yellow flowers with enchanting green throats glow like starlight.
  • Flamenco Queen: Lively strokes and spatters of crimson make each flower uniquely beautiful.
  • Grand Diva: Showstopping blooms of the deepest burgundy will be the highlight of your holiday display.
  • Ambiance: Star-shaped flowers with crisp red markings provide a warm welcome on a chilly winter day.

4 Comments

  1. November 3, 2013    

    Do you have a problem solver for those of us who must leave our treasured plants in the care of others for weeks at a time? I have Bay, Lemon and Hibiscus trees, also geraniums and herbs I winter them over in my heated porch. They need WATER to survive. Is there some way they can be watered systematically without getting help from people? I would greatly appreciate any suggestions you might have. Thanks, Diane Simon

    • Gardener's Supply
      November 4, 2013    

      You can find a list of vacation watering tips here: http://www.gardeners.com/vacation-watering/8534,default,pg.html I have seen automatic systems for watering houseplants, but it’s ideal if you can find a person to look after things — even if you have some “automatic” systems in place. Maybe the person you find isn’t a gardener now, but the skills can be taught. And wouldn’t the world be better with another gardener? -David Grist, Gardener’s Supply

  2. joyce mosley
    February 5, 2014    

    I would like 4 unspotted GRAND DIVA Amaryillis bulbs

    Please advise

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