Amarine Belladiva 'Tomoko'

A large flowered cross between Nerine and Amaryllis. Blooms exceptionally long in the garden and in a vase. A perennial bloomer that can stay in the ground during winter when covered with straw. Tomoko is distinguished by its beautiful, dark flower stems.

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Amarine Belladiva 'Tomoko'

A large flowered cross between Nerine and Amaryllis. Blooms exceptionally long in the garden and in a vase. A perennial bloomer that can stay in the ground during winter when covered with straw. Tomoko is distinguished by its beautiful, dark flower stems.

flowering : 9-10 deep pink magenta
height : 70-80 cm
where to plant : full sun ⋄ sunny ⋄

2,92
bulb / size 16/+
quantity
normally in stock
Ref 28832.49

where to plant Amarine Belladiva 'Tomoko'

  • height: 70-80 cm
  • flowering: September - October
  • color: deep pink magenta
  • leaf color: green
  • growth: medium
  • light: full sun sunny
  • moisture: average
  • soil texture: highly permeable
  • winter zone: 8 [-10°C]

Amarine Belladiva 'Tomoko' in the garden

  • Suggested planting locations and garden types: pot planters border small garden park

botanical information about Amarine Belladiva 'Tomoko'