A small-flowered type producing up to 3 stems, each bearing 5 to 6 dainty flowers.
The smooth stems of miniature Hippeastrum ‘Rapido’ bear clusters of lily-shaped, bright crimson-red flowers during winter.
South African native Hippeastrum bulbs are often referred to as Amaryllis and are bred to flower indoors during the cooler months; often used to bring a splash of colour into the home over the festive season. Grow alongside larger blooming varieties such as Hippeastrum ‘Ferrari’ to create a wonderfully layered and luxurious look for a natural Christmas display.
Each bulb will produce up to 3 stems, holding up to 5-6 delightful, trumpet-shaped exotic blooms.
The architectural stems of charming Hippeastrum ‘Sleeping Beauty’ produce clusters of watermelon-pink and cream, trumpet-shaped blooms during winter.
Commonly referred to as Amaryllis, South African native Hippeastrum bulbs flower indoors, usually around Christmastime in cooler climates - to bring a spray of colour and freshness into the home over the festive season.
For a natural and atmospheric display, cover the bare soil in your containers of potted bulbs with moss, use twigs from the garden for support, and perhaps add a few small, glowing lights.
Each bulb will produce up to 3 stems, holding up to 5-6 dainty flowers.
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