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Amaryllis belladonna is a perennial bulbous geophyte with one to two erect solid stems which appear in late summer. The inflorescence bears 2 to 12 showy fragrant funnel shaped flowers on a naked leafless stem, which gives it the common name of naked lady lily. The pink flowers which may be up to 10 cm in length, appear in the autumn before the leaves which are narrow and strap shaped. The bulbs are best planted just below the surface of the soil, with the neck of the bulb level with the surface. In colder climates mulching or lifting and overwintering is required. The bulbs may be propagated from offsets. Amaryllis bulbs require little watering and are drought tolerant.
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