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Amaryllis 'Lemon Star'

A lime white amaryllis which is quick and easy to grow, and flowers well from one year to the next. More
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A lime white amaryllis which is quick and easy to grow, and flowers well from one year to the next.

Buy on their own or with a terracotta pot to plant them in.

This can be gift wrapped in our exclusive hessian sack, with ribbon and a Sarah Raven gift card. You will be able to add this to your basket once you begin the checkout process. To add a gift message to your order, simply fill out the details at the delivery stage of the checkout.

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Genus Hippeastrum
Group/Species x hybrida
Variety Lemon Star
Type Tender Perennial
Common Name Hippeastrum
Border Position Indoor (Frost Free)
Bulb Size 28/30

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Soil Type Broad Tolerance
Scent Unscented
Site Indoors
Moisture Well-drained
Height 60cm (24in)
Spacing Plant with the bulb two-thirds in, one-third out of the soil.
Sowing, Seeds, Planting Plant with the bulb two thirds in, one third out of the soil. Or place in an amaryllis forcer with the roots in water.
Care Tips Amaryllis are a tender bulb from Brazil and so need to be grown inside - frost free - when it's cold, but once the frosts are over and the nights are no longer cold, they can be moved outside until the end of summer. Grow inside in a bright, warm, sunny place - ideally 20 degrees, free from draughts.
Flowering December - March
Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
  • Sow Under Cover/Plant Indoors
  • Direct Sow/Plant Outdoors
  • Flowers/Harvest
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Create a beautiful Christmas gift by growing your Amaryllis indoors in pots – perfect for brightening up any winter home.


Bulb Delivery - When in stock, please allow up to 5 days for despatch.

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Amaryllis 'Lemon Star' reviews

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Reviewed 18th December 2020 by Jennifer

Good and they are growing now well

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Reviewed 31st July 2019 by Caroline

these large bulbs produced stunning flowers

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Reviewed 31st July 2019 by Marja

This was my first ever amaryllis and it was a success. Had to stems with 3 blooms each and was very easy to grow.

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Reviewed 21st June 2019 by Dr Bligh

chic amaryllis. some welcome indoor glamour, midwinter.

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Reviewed 20th June 2019 by Flora

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Reviewed 19th June 2019 by Deborah

Wonderful, just keep on giving. Amazing large flowers, four to a stem. Brightens up my rooms.

Excellent again!

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Reviewed 3rd February 2018 by Pamela Harper

This is the third year that I have bought a Lemon Star bulb - and they never fail to bloom with the most wonderful light lemon flowers. My current bulb has two flowers in bloom and a third bud on its way. Really pleased with it.

Amaryllis Lemon Star

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Reviewed 13th May 2017 by Rosalind Grant-Robertson

Very elegant & cool. A change from the rich reds.

A quality bulb

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Reviewed 11th January 2017 by Pamela Harper

I have grown my Lemon Star in a forcing jar in water and it is amazing. Two large flower heads with individual blooms measuring 6 ins or so across. Still going strong after two weeks of blooming. Totally different class than the usual 'High Street' varieties. My only challenge is keeping it upright! Any ideas of how to do this when grown in water - apart from leaning against a wall?