Amaryllis Single Apple Blossom

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One of Holland's most popular amaryllis varieties, loved for its rosy color and giant, 8" blossoms. Apple Blossom's snow white petals are brushed with pink and the lime green throat adds a spring-like freshness. Enjoy growing your own fresh flowers this winter!

  • Most Popular Pink Amaryllis
  • Blooms in Mid-Winter
  • Plant Indoors
  • Shipping Begins Mid-October Container Not Included
1 bulb
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Amaryllis Single Apple Blossom

Scientific Name:
Apple Blossom
Sun to Part Shade
When to Plant:
Bloom Time:
1 bulb
Hardiness Zones:
9 through 11 Find Your Zone
Grows 16-26 inches tall
Plant Type:
Planting Depth:
Leave top half of bulb exposed
3-4 inches
Suitable Zones:
3 through 11

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  • 5
    This was my first ye...

    Posted by Randall G on Apr 11th 2019

    This was my first year growing Amaryllis indoors and I was delighted with the result. I planted in late October. The Apple Blossom bloomed six weeks after planting. The blooms were beautiful -- flowers were 4-5" wide and a total of six bloomed, producing a show for three weeks for my Christmas-visiting daughters.

  • 5
    Apple Blossom is alw...

    Posted by Kathy M on Apr 11th 2019

    Apple Blossom is always a great rebloom year after year. Sent one to a friend 2 yrs ago and she just sent me of a picture of the huge blooms this spring. Always excellent service and great response from customer service if I had any problems. Love Longfield Gardens and recommend them to all my friends. Have sent several Amaryllis bulbs as Christmas gifts .

  • 4
    The apple blossom st...

    Posted by Mary Jo A on Apr 11th 2019

    The apple blossom stem grew & grew. Then the blooms began. There were at least 6 blossoms on the stem and each flower was huge in size. It reminded me of apple blossoms on an apple tree in the spring. Our winter just seemed to go on and on, so the apple blossom amaryllis was a breath of spring in January. I can't remember exactly when it began to die, but it was beautiful for at least 3 weeks.