Amaryllids

Amaryllis belladonna (Amaryllidaceae)

Very beautiful and showy bulbous species from South Africa (Cape Province). Flowers bell-shaped, light pink, about 12 cm long, grouped in...

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Clivia robusta (Amaryllidaceae)

It’s one of the highest species in the genus Clivia, being able to reach a height of 1.6 m in ideal condition. Leaves narrow, dark green...

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Cyrtanthus elatus (Amaryllidaceae)

Very beautiful and showy bulbous species, up to 60 cm high. In Spring-Summer it produces wonderful, crimson flowers, looking like the...

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Haemanthus montanus (Amaryllidaceae)

Rare bulbous species growing in shallow soils with a rocky underlay that become waterlogged after rains but then remaining often dry....

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Hippeastrum papilio (Amaryllidaceae)

Stupendous bulbous plant characterized by large flowers, in group of 3-4, with 6, deep red, green-striped petals. Southern Brazil (Mata...

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Hippeastrum roseum (Rhodophiala rosea) (Amaryllidaceae)

Leaves linear, deciduous in Winter. Flower stem 30-45 cm long, carrying 4 flowers. Flowers bell-shaped, orange-pink in colour with darker...

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Hippeastrum vittatum x hybrida (Amaryllidaceae)

Bulbous species. Leaves narrow, deciduous in Winter. Flower stem up to 45 cm, carrying 2-4 flowers. Flowers rather large, 6-tepalled....

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Pancratium canariensis (Amaryllidaceae)

Very beautiful bulbous species. Leaves long (50x3 cm), Autumn-Winter-growing. Flowers white, formed by a central, campanulate, fringed...

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Pancratium maritimum (Amaryllidaceae)

Bulbous plant growing wild in the sandy coastal dunes of south-western Europe. Leaves long and narrow, appearing after the first Autumn...

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Zephyranthes rosea (Amaryllidaceae)

Bulbous species. Leaves up to 15 cm × 6 mm, 4 per bulb. Flowers funnel-shaped, pink, up to 3 cm in diameter, on a 15 cm long stalk. Cuba....

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Boophone disticha (Amaryllidaceae)

~~Rare bulb of the southern Africa. Bulb up to 18 cm in diameter, partly exposed. Leaves linear, undulate, channelled and in a fan. Flowers...

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Habranthus tubispathus (Habranthus andersonii) (Amaryllidaceae)

~~Bulbous species. Leaves linear, up to 15 cm long. Flowers solitary, yellow with darker stripes outside. Origin: Argentina, southern...

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Ammocharis coranica (Amaryllidaceae)

Description not available. 1 bulb.

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