8 responses to “Haemanthus albiflos”

  1. Beverley

    Haemanthus albiflos – Z9 – RHS Index of Garden Plants, Griffiths
    Haemanthus albiflos – minimum 10 degrees C/50 degrees F – A-Z Encyclopedia of Garden Plants, Brickell, Cole, Zuk

  2. max

    Thanks Daniel!
    This plant is EASY in deep shade (easy to grow, hard to photograph), with just a little supplemental summer water in coastal Northern California.

  3. elizabeth a airhart

    lovely image thank you

  4. Margaret-Rae Davis

    How interesting. Today I brought a Amarylllis called, Amaryllis Minerva and it was a bargin. A good heavy and strong feeling bulb. I will plant it this weekend. I really enjoyed seeing the lovely and different to me bulb in bloom. This ia a nice photograph.
    Thank you,

  5. Waddie Greywolf

    Stunningly beautiful! Thanks.

  6. Don Fenton

    Hello All! Because this is a white flower in a predominately red-flowered genus called “Blood Lily” I have christened this one the “Haemophilia Lily”, not very politcally-correct, I know. It does very well in my garden in South Australia.
    Regards, Don.

  7. Lynda Perry

    I have this (white variety) growing well in my conservatory in West Wales, UK. It loves being really pot-bound and flowers well in these conditions. It has just split the pot being so tight and I have to move some of the bulbs to begin yet another pot. Normally it flowers in September.

  8. irene coates

    What a terrific photo, such detail. I have never seen the Haemanthus albiflos, only the Haemanthus red. Thanks,

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