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(Florist Amaryllis, Happy Memory Florist Amaryllis, Hippeastrum)

Introduced in 1963 but still widely grown for its showy bicolored flowers on tall stems, 'Happy Memory' bears large white blooms heavily blushed and streaked with vivid orange-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...

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International Flower Bulb Centre

(Florist Amaryllis, Hercules Hippeastrum, Hippeastrum)

Large showy carmine-red flowers with raspberry-red veins and pale pink petal midstripes poise atop the strong stems of this 1980 introduction. 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

(Florist Amaryllis, Hippeastrum, La Paz Florist Amaryllis)

One of several recently introduced cultivars known collectively (and aptly) as "spider amaryllis," this striking hybrid of Hippeastrum cybister has relatively petite, burgundy-red flowers with creamy green bands on their lower three petals. Bred by famed American hybridizer Fred Meyer, this cultivar was registered in Holland in 2002. 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...

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Ednie Flower Bulb, Inc.

(Florist Amaryllis, Hippeastrum, Lady Jane Hippeastrum)

Notorious for the inconsistency and sparseness of its blooms, this 1995 introduction bears large double white flowers with heavy salmon-pink to orange 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 drooping...

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International Flower Bulb Centre

(Florist Amaryllis, Hippeastrum, Lemon Lime Florist Amaryllis)

Of a color not often found in "amaryllis" hybrids, this 1994 introduction has relatively modest-sized pale greenish-yellow blooms. 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 grayish green strap-like leaves grow from a large bulb and are nearly evergreen in moist frost-free climates. The funnel-shaped, horizontal to somewhat nodding...

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International Flower Bulb Centre

(Florist Amaryllis, Hippeastrum, Liberty Florist Amaryllis)

The perfect Christmas centerpiece, this 1980 introduction from renowned Dutch hybridizer Jac Mense bears large velvety deep blood-red flowers. 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 strap-like leaves grow from a large bulb and are nearly evergreen in moist frost-free climates. The funnel-shaped, horizontal to somewhat nodding...

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The U.S. National Arboretum

(Florist Amaryllis, Hippeastrum, Lima Florist Amaryllis)

One of several narrow-petaled cultivars known collectively as "spider amaryllis," this striking hybrid of Hippeastrum cybister has bold maroon striping on the upper three of its six olive-green 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 medium-green strap-like leaves grow from a large bulb and are nearly evergreen...

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Ednie Flower Bulb, Inc.

(Florist Amaryllis, Hippeastrum, Limona Hippeastrum)

Subtle and elegant, this 2005 introduction bears large creamy green-tinged flowers with greenish, often red-tinged veins and a green 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...

(Florist Amaryllis, Hippeastrum, Lucky Strike Florist Amaryllis)

The perfect Christmas centerpiece, this 1980 introduction bears large velvety blood-red flowers. 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 strap-like leaves grow from a large bulb and are nearly evergreen in moist frost-free climates. The funnel-shaped, horizontal to somewhat nodding blooms are borne atop stout, leafless, nearly...

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International Flower Bulb Centre

(Florist Amaryllis, Hippeastrum, Mary Lou Florist Amaryllis)

One of numerous double-flowered "amaryllis" bred by Miyake Nursery in Japan, this 1996 introduction bears huge showy white, often pink-suffused blooms whose many "petals" are edged and streaked 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...