Amaryllis Belladonna Magenta
Amaryllis Belladonna Magenta
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Amaryllis Belladonna Dark Magenta Hybrids
At a certain point, a color becomes too outrageous to be called pink.  These have crossed that line and then some.  The pictures don't usually do it justice.  I haven't seen many flowers with such eye-searing intensity.  These were selected while in bloom during the fall of 2021.  Supply is limited.  Sometimes these still have a white or pink center when first opened, but the color intensifies as the flower ages.  These were grown along the central California coast, so please keep in mind that growing conditions can effect flower color.  They may need some shade to keep the dark flowers from roasting in the sunshine.  The ideal spot would have shade on the south, so that the leaves get more sunshine during the winter than the flowers get in the fall.  Afternoon shade could work well in hot climates.  These are the result of a century long hybridizing process.  I am continuing the work of Bill Welch, who hybridized and selected these for 40 years.  He got his start from Les Hannibal, who had worked with them at least that long.

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1 - 2
$45.00 $35.00
$40.00 $30.00

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