If you're searching for breathtaking silk flowers to decorate your home or event, check out the selection of silk amaryllis available at Silks Are Forever. Featuring vibrant red and soft white or cream colored flowers, our faux amaryllis stems make the perfect addition to any corporate or private event, such as your wedding day. These beautiful, hand wrapped amaryllis stems will last for years to come, so you can continue to use them for many different occasions. No matter how you decorate, you can trust that you'll be fully satisfied with the quality of these silk amaryllis stems. Order these products or other silk flowers today!
The beauty of faux amaryllis stems is that they constantly look great, year-round. Sure, you can make adjustments to these plants by trimming or cleaning the petals. However, general maintenance is unnecessary as the artificial amaryllis will stay perfectly intact and radiant with only an occasional dusting. When you use regular flowers to decorate your arrangements, it can get costly and require some form of upkeep. That's why it's always best to consider amaryllis artificial flowers as an option to spruce up any space.
Shopping for silk flower arrangements can be stressful as there are many options to select from. However, silk amaryllis stems typically come in similar colors, so it may be easier to choose between multiple variations when shopping our selection. Regardless, there is still a lot to know about these particular silk arrangements, which is why we've answered some common questions below to clear up any confusion. If you still have any questions about our faux amaryllis stems, though, please feel free to contact us and we'll gladly help.
Most of our amaryllis stems come with hand-wrapped stems, but you can also order these flowers in non-hand-wrapped options.
Our silk amaryllis stems range in prices; some are available for under $100 and others may cost up to nearly $200. This depends on the type and quantity of stems ordered in a certain package.
No, none of our artificial amaryllis are potted; you must purchase your own base.