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Ednie Flower Bulb, Inc.

(Florist Amaryllis, Hippeastrum, Pink Nymph Hippeastrum)

The deep rose-pink double flowers of 'Pink Nymph' resemble peony 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 dark to medium green strap-like leaves grow from a large bulb and are nearly evergreen in moist frost-free climates. The horizontal to somewhat nodding blooms are borne atop stout, leafless, knee-high stems (scapes)...

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International Flower Bulb Centre

(Florist Amaryllis, Hippeastrum, Piquant Amaryllis)

First introduced in the early 1980s, 'Piquant' is a dwarf Hippeastrum that produces large light salmon to pale orange-red flowers with accents of white. Despite the common name, 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 wide funnel-shaped blooms lightly nod and are borne...

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James Burghardt

The large, candy apple red and white flowers of this Dutch introduction, 'Popov', makes it a showstopper. 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 wide-opening, funnel-shaped, horizontal to somewhat nodding blooms...

(Florist Amaryllis, Hippeastrum, Promise Florist Amaryllis)

Introduced in 2002, this showy double-flowered "amaryllis" more than lives up to its promise when its large white red-veined flowers open. 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 nodding blooms...

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The U.S. National Arboretum

(Florist Amaryllis, Hippeastrum, Red Lion Florist Amaryllis)

Although commonly known as amaryllis, 'Red Lion' and its kin are hybrids not of the South African native Amaryllis belladonna but rather of Hippeastrum, native to South America. This tender perennial bulb bears large, showy scarlet red flowers on tall stout stems. Purchased bulbs are usually conditioned to bloom in winter, but left to their own devices bloom naturally in early spring to early summer. Leaves are strap-shaped and dark green.

This bulb is a vigorous grower in full...

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Ednie Flower Bulb, Inc.

(Florist Amaryllis, Hippeastrum, Red Peacock Hippeastrum)

As showy as a strutting peacock, the large double flowers of this 1996 introduction from Japan are glowing scarlet with thin white midstripes on their outer segments. 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...

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Ednie Flower Bulb, Inc.

(Florist Amaryllis, Hippeastrum, Red Pearl Hippeastrum)

The immense, regal blooms of this 2003 introduction are shining royal purple-red with deep maroon throats. 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 nodding blooms are borne...

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Ednie Flower Bulb, Inc.

(Florist Amaryllis, Hippeastrum, Rilona Hippeastrum)

A favorite since its introduction in 1962, this elegant beauty bears large flowers of a deep shrimp-pink. 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 nodding blooms are borne...

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Ednie Flower Bulb, Inc.

(Florist Amaryllis, Hippeastrum, Roma Hippeastrum)

As red as a ripe tomato (rather than orange-red, like those of most other red-flowered "amaryllis"), the large single flowers of this 1994 introduction are also remarkable for their velvety sheen. 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...

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The U.S. National Arboretum

(Florist Amaryllis, Hippeastrum, Royal Velvet Florist Amaryllis)

The perfect Christmas centerpiece, this hybrid from famed Dutch hybridizer Ludwig & Co. bears large huge deep currant-red flowers on tall stems. It was introduced in 1997. 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...