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At Amazone Amaryllis, the amaryllis is available as early as mid-September.


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Auction and customization
Our shop
Care tips


The auction and customization

Sale of the flowers of Amazone Amaryllis takes place through the flower auctions of
 FloraHolland in Aalsmeer, Rijnsburg and Naaldwijk (NL). Most flowers are presented in front of the auction clocks in the morning, where the international flower trade is gathered. Via FH Connect there are possibilities to fill up specific demands from the market. We look forward to talking about what we together can mean for your customers. We aim to build a long-term relationship through a good and reliable product.

We can offer the best quality and a wide assortment, from big-flowered red, white, pink and two-coloured varieties, up to the very exclusive Grand Cru, Popov, Stargazer. The last couple of years some beautiful double-flowered varieties (Nymph) have been cultivated in cooperation with Nieuwkerk Amaryllis. Our Nymph, Red Nymph, White Nymph and Cherry Nymph are the most glorious examples of this, and much sought-after by specialized trade and the consumer.

With our MPS-AMPS-SQ and FFP certificate we offer you, in addition to high quality, the guarantee that sustainable production, environment and social aspects are given our constant attention.


Shop: direct from the nursery 

 
During the harvest season, our shop at our nursery is open for sale to locals. This year, the shop opened its doors mid September.

The shop hours are:
Friday          
8.30 AM - 5.00 PM
Saturday 8.30 AM - 1.00 PM


Care tips
 
Amaryllis is an easy flower in terms of care and you can enjoy them for at least ten days:

- cut the stems diagonally
- place them in a clean, preferably high vase, since the flowers are very heavy
- flower food is not necessary but will do no harm (for instance in case of a mixed bouquet)
- once in bloom the flowers grow quickly, so make sure there is sufficient room
- removing dead flowers increases the ornamental value

Remember, that when you remove a stem from the vase, it is filled with water.

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