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The U.S. National Arboretum

(Double Queen Hippeastrum, Florist Amaryllis, Hippeastrum)

The relatively petite double blooms of this 2001 introduction are white with heavy scarlet veining. Don't let the common name fool you: like most so-called "amaryllis," this tender perennial bulb is a hybrid of the South American Hippeastrum rather than the South African Amaryllis.

The dark- to medium-green strap-like leaves grow from a large bulb and are nearly evergreen in moist frost-free climates. The many-petaled, horizontal to somewhat nodding blooms are borne atop...

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International Flower Bulb Centre

(Double Record Florist Amaryllis, Florist Amaryllis, Hippeastrum)

The large showy semidouble flowers of this 1999 introduction are elegantly edged and flecked with red. Don't let the common name fool you: like most so-called "amaryllis," this tender perennial bulb is a hybrid of the South American Hippeastrum rather than the South African Amaryllis.

The dark to medium green strap-like leaves grow from a large bulb and are nearly evergreen in moist frost-free climates. The horizontal to slightly nodding blooms are borne atop stout, leafless,...

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International Flower Bulb Centre

(Emerald Florist Amaryllis, Florist Amaryllis, Hippeastrum)

One of several recently introduced narrow-petaled cultivars known collectively (and aptly) as "spider amaryllis," this striking hybrid of Hippeastrum cybister has relatively petite, starry, creamy-green flowers streaked and edged with burgundy. Adding to the flowers' drama are the arching, protruding, pale green stamens. Bred by famed American hybridizer Fred Meyer, this cultivar was registered in Holland in 2000. Don't let the common name fool you: like most so-called "amaryllis," this...

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Ednie Flower Bulb, Inc.

(Exotica Hippeastrum, Florist Amaryllis, Hippeastrum)

The sumptuous but relatively petite flowers of this 2005 introduction are soft peach-orange with red veins and a green, yellow-brushed throat. Don't let the common name fool you: like most so-called "amaryllis," this tender perennial bulb is a hybrid of the South American Hippeastrum rather than the South African Amaryllis.

The dark to medium green strap-like leaves grow from a large bulb and are nearly evergreen in moist frost-free climates. The funnel-shaped, horizontal...

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The U.S. National Arboretum

(Fairytale Hippeastrum, Florist Amaryllis, Hippeastrum)

Noted for its showy and prolific blooms, this 1999 introduction bears numerous relatively petite white flowers with bold lipstick-red longitudinal stripes. Don't let the common name fool you: like most so-called "amaryllis," this tender perennial bulb is a hybrid of the South American Hippeastrum rather than the South African Amaryllis.

The dark to medium green strap-like leaves grow from a large bulb and are nearly evergreen in moist frost-free climates. The funnel-shaped,...

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Ednie Flower Bulb, Inc.

(Faro Hippeastrum, Florist Amaryllis, Hippeastrum)

Producing large, wide-flaring white trumpets heavily veined with salmon-peach, this 2003 introduction is both showy and elegant. Don't let the common name fool you: like most so-called "amaryllis," this tender perennial bulb is a hybrid of the South American Hippeastrum rather than the South African Amaryllis.

The dark to medium green strap-like leaves grow from a large bulb and are nearly evergreen in moist frost-free climates. The funnel-shaped, horizontal to somewhat...

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James Burghardt

Large flowers that are rich salmon-orange with a white sheen or streaking describes 'Flair'. Flowers on different bulbs may vary in intensity of the salmon-orange tone or presence of the white sheen and streaking. Don't let the common name fool you: like most so-called "amaryllis," this tender perennial bulb is a hybrid of the South American Hippeastrum rather than the South African Amaryllis.

The dark to medium green strap-like leaves grow from a large bulb and are nearly...

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International Flower Bulb Centre

(Flaming Peacock Florist Amaryllis, Florist Amaryllis, Hippeastrum)

One of numerous double-flowered "amaryllis" bred by Miyake Nursery in Japan, this recent introduction bears large showy white flowers with bold orange-red streaking that is concentrated toward the tips of their "petals." Don't let the common name fool you: like most so-called "amaryllis," this tender perennial bulb is a hybrid of the South American Hippeastrum rather than the South African Amaryllis.

The dark to medium green strap-like leaves grow from a large bulb and are...

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Ednie Flower Bulb, Inc.

(Floris Hekker Hippeastrum, Florist Amaryllis, Hippeastrum)

Perfect as a holiday centerpiece, this 1996 introduction bears festive, bright red, relatively modest-sized flowers on compact stems. Don't let the common name fool you: like most so-called "amaryllis," this tender perennial bulb is a hybrid of the South American Hippeastrum rather than the South African Amaryllis.

The dark to medium green strap-like leaves grow from a large bulb and are nearly evergreen in moist frost-free climates. The funnel-shaped, horizontal to somewhat...

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International Flower Bulb Centre

(Florist Amaryllis, Giraffe Florist Amaryllis, Hippeastrum)

The relatively small but beautifully patterned flowers of this 1994 Dutch introduction are creamy green with raspberry-red longitudinal veins and a green central "star." Don't let the common name fool you: like most so-called "amaryllis," this tender perennial bulb is a hybrid of the South American Hippeastrum rather than the South African Amaryllis.

The dark to medium green strap-like leaves grow from a large bulb and are nearly evergreen in moist frost-free climates. The...