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Waxed Amaryllis Bulbs

  • Waxed Amaryllis (30-32 cm bulb)

    Waxed Amaryllis (30-32 cm bulb)

    $39.99 $32.99 – $37.99
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    Waxed Amaryllis

    $39.99 $24.99 – $29.99
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    Sweater Amaryllis

    $44.99 $42.74
If you're wondering where to buy waxed amaryllis bulbs, you're in the right place. Breck's Gifts offers top quality waxed amaryllis bulbs that are delivered right to your door. They make the perfect gifts for teachers, grandparents, neighbors and more!

How to grow waxed amaryllis

Waxed Amaryllis are the easiest plant you'll ever grow! Just place it on a flat surface in bright, indirect sunlight and in 4-6 weeks, a bouquet of blooms will appear.
Waxed Amaryllis bulbs contain all the water and nutrients needed for a single bloom cycle. No need to worry about watering it or planting it in soil. Waxed amaryllis are easy to grow and carefree!

What do you do with a waxed amaryllis bulb after it blooms?

After your waxed amaryllis blooms, be sure there is not another stalk coming up before discarding it. Unfortunately, you cannot save waxed amaryllis bulbs. After bulb blooms discard in compost.

How long does a waxed amaryllis bulb last?

Waxed amaryllis will grow and bloom up to 4-6 weeks. But remember it will produce 1 to 2 flower stalks and up to 6 flowers in one bulb. After one stem is done flowering cut off one inch above the bulb and wait for another stalk to arrive.

Can waxed amaryllis bulbs be reused?

Unfortunately, they cannot be reused. This bulb is created for one season of bloom time. Once bloomed you should discard.

Why do they wax amaryllis bulbs?

Because amaryllis bulbs are so robust, the bulbs can survive without water or soil for weeks. The bulb itself has enough nutrients and water in it to survive. Adding wax to the bulb secures the moisture, allowing the bulb to last longer, while not drying out as quickly. This allows the bulb to bloom completely carefree. A perfect choice for the beginner gardener or home decorator.
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