Amaryllis Holiday Gift Growing Kit, Includes an Attractive Gold Tin Pot, Black Pearl Bulb, and Professional Growing Medium


Amaryllis bulbs, with their majestic and vibrant blooms, add a touch of elegance and beauty to indoor spaces. These large, trumpet-shaped flowers are known for their stunning colors and ease of cultivation, making them a popular choice for both novice and experienced gardeners.

The amaryllis bulb, belonging to the Amaryllidaceae family, is a bulbous plant native to South America. The most captivating feature of the amaryllis is its impressive flower spikes that emerge from a single, sturdy stem. The blossoms come in a variety of colors, including rich reds, pinks, whites, and even striped combinations. The large, showy flowers make the amaryllis a favorite for festive decorations and holiday displays.


  • This is a wonderful gift for your Gardening Friends and Family! Plan ahead, they will want to get it growing well before the Holiday season begins!


  • Zone 1-10 indoors, will bloom 30-45 days after planting in a sunny spot indoors.
    20-24″ tall
    Bulb Size 14-16


  • This wonderful gift kit is a great way to start your Holiday season!
  • Kit includes attractive gold tin pot, Black Pearl amaryllis bulb, burlap gift bag with satin bow, photo tag with growing instructions, and professional growing medium.

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Planting Zones:

Amaryllis bulbs thrive in planting zones 9 to 11, where the climate is mild and frost-free. However, they can also be successfully grown indoors in containers in regions with colder climates.

Growing Guide for Planting Amaryllis Bulbs Indoors in a Container:

1. Selecting the Bulb:

  • Choose a large, healthy amaryllis bulb with no signs of damage or rot. Larger bulbs tend to produce more flowers.

2. Choosing a Container:

  • Select a container with drainage holes to prevent waterlogged soil. The pot should be about 1-2 inches larger in diameter than the bulb.

3. Planting:

  • Fill the container with well-draining potting mix, leaving about one-third of the bulb above the soil surface.
  • Press the soil gently around the bulb and water thoroughly.

4. Placement:

  • Place the container in a bright, indirect light location. A sunny windowsill is ideal.

5. Watering:

  • Water sparingly at first, allowing the soil to dry slightly between waterings. Once the shoots emerge, increase watering.

6. Temperature:

  • Keep the indoor temperature between 60-75°F (15-24°C) for optimal growth.

7. Support:

  • As the flower spike grows, provide support with a stake to prevent leaning.

8. Blooming:

  • Amaryllis typically blooms 6-8 weeks after planting. Enjoy the spectacular display of flowers.

9. After Blooming:

  • After flowering, cut the spent flower stalk and continue to water and fertilize the plant.
  • In late spring, move the container outdoors for the summer, allowing the bulb to rejuvenate.

10. Dormancy:

  • In the fall, bring the container indoors and allow the plant to go dormant by reducing water and light.

With a little care and attention, amaryllis bulbs can be a source of joy and beauty, bringing vibrant colors to your indoor garden during the winter months.

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Plants from Daylily Nursery are guaranteed to arrive healthy and green. If you have any concerns or are dissatisfied within the first five days of receiving your plants, please email or call our office so that we can help make it right! Plants require proper care and nourishment to adapt to their new surroundings. Unfortunately, if your plants have received less-than-ideal care or were purchased for planting outside of your recommended growing zone, your purchase isn’t covered by our guarantee. Zone recommendations are provided in our listings.
Exercise caution and use your best judgment before ordering during unusually hot or cold weather (below 32 degrees F, or in excess of 95F for shipping purposes), as these extremes may leave your plant vulnerable to damage. The optimal time for planting for most of our material is in mid to late spring, past the danger of hard frost. This allows your plants the longest possible growing season. Summer and very early fall are also suitable, as long as your plant is placed in optimal conditions and receives adequate water during the hotter, dryer periods of the summer. Late fall and winter are very risky in most areas, as our plant material ships from cozy greenhouses and will struggle adapting to very cold or frozen soil, or abrupt changes in temperature. This can easily cause damage, stunting, or failure to thrive. When in doubt about suitable planting times or zone compatible plants for your area, reach out to your local Agricultural Extension Office.
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