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Hippeastrelia
Hippeastrelia
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Hippeastrelia is a rare bigeneric cross between Hippeastrum (Amaryllis) and Sprekelia (Aztec Lily). It’s a nice mix of characteristics from both parents with brilliant red 5-8” flowers. The bulbs multiply rapidly to form a nice clump. They also make good cut flowers and excellent potted plants in colder zones.

Size: 18+/cm.
Plant: 1 Per 1½ Sq Ft
Bloom Time: Early Summer
Planting Depth: Plant with neck of bulb just above soil level.
Height: 24”
Zone: 7-10.
Exposure: Sunny/Part Shade
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