Two species of highly ornamental bulbs from South Africa. Autumn flowering, with leaves to follow after.

The prominent stamens produce abundant pollen. Hoverflies are one of the few insect-groups able to digest pollen and can be seen visiting the stamens to eat it. In the mild far-southwest of the country there are concerns about Amaryllis escaping from gardens and invading important natural habitats such as sand dunes.

Plants to be propagated in the near future, register your interest To Be Propagated

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