Wax Amaryllis Wonderful X-mas black

Hippeastrum Wonderful X-mas

Wax Amaryllis Wonderful X-mas black

Hippeastrum Wonderful X-mas
No Water Flowers® - in the Christmas theme
The unique Waxz® Wonderful Xmas amaryllis bulb is coated in a layer of decorative wax in a Christmas festive colour. Kick off the Christmas season with this amazing flower bulb! This beautiful amaryllis blossoms with lovely red flowers on 2 flower stems, each with 3 or 4 flowers. Depending on the warmth of the room, your amaryllis will flower for 3-6 weeks. Comes with a metal stand to help keep the bulb and flowers upright. The Waxz® Wonderful Xmas amaryllis bulb requires no soil and no water Makes a great gift but it’s also nice to receive as a gift!
Order this easy to grow Waxz® Wonderful Xmas amaryllis bulb for a friend or just for your own enjoyment.
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Wax Amaryllis Wonderful X-mas black
Wax Amaryllis Wonderful X-mas black
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Specifications+
Latin name: Hippeastrum Wonderful X-mas
Delivery type: Supplied as bulb or tuber
Guarantee: 1 year growth and flowering guarantee
Color: Black
Green stayer: No
Leafs all year: No
Hardy plants: No
Self polinating: No
Edible: No
Naturalizing: No
Scented: Not Scented
Grafted: No
Cutting flowers: Yes
Bulb circumference: 32 cm
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The name Amaryllis actually came about due to a mistake by Swedish botanist Linnaeus. This was apparently because the buds of the flower resemble horse ears. In 1800, botanist Herbert discovered that the flower bulb did not belong to the Amaryllis species. That is why he came up with the new species name Hippeastrum, which is the name in Greek for “knight’s star”. However, the flower itself is still called Amaryllis. 

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