5253 Rhodophiala advena ----- Each: $12.00
This lovely species has clear tomato-red trumpets.
5257 Rhodophiala auracana -- Each: $14.00
A beautiful Rhodophiala that comes in a range of lovely colors, buff to orange, pink to
yellow. These are mixed colors.
5259 Rhodophiala bagnoldi --- Not available this year
A more difficult species from dry desert regions of Chile.
The brilliant yellow flowers make it worth the extra effort.
5250 Rhodophiala bifida ---- Each: $ 7.00 / 3 for $18.00
Handsome deep cherry-red trumpet-shaped flowers with contrasting golden stamens
on 12”stems. Easy to grow in suitable climates. Zone 7-10. Argentina/Uruguay.
5251 Rhodophiala bifida - Pink Form ---- Each: $14.00
This lovely pink form of R. bifida comes from the Buenos Aires region,
and has deep rose trumpets veined in darker pink.
5252 Rhodophiala chilense ---- Each: $ 15.00
Dainty trumpets of yellow or yellow tipped with red. Very floriferous.
5254 Rhodophiala chilense Red Form -- Not available this year
Dainty deep red trumpets.
5260 Rhodophiala montana -- Each: $15.00 FEW AVAILABLE
NEW -- Beautiful clear yellow trumpets. This lovely Rhodophiala is from about
6000' in the central Andes, and is therefore hardy.
5258 Rhodophiala phycelloides - Each: Not available this year
Narrow tubular flowers in deep scarlet. Rare.
5255 Rhodophiala pratensis -- Each: $15.00 FEW AVAILABLE
Deep scarlet flowers that are yellow at the base. From moister
conditions than the other Rhodophialas listed.
5256 Rhodophiala rhodolirion -- Not available this year
An alpine species, from high elevation in the Andes, this lovely
Rhodophiala has white or pink flowers, spotted and streaked with purple.
5700 Hippeastrum aulicum ---- Each: $30.00
Large scarlet flowers with a green throat, usually with four flowers
to a stem. Blooms in late summer and fall. Brazil.
5705 Hippeastrum blossfeldiae --- Each $25.00
Beautiful tangerine-orange flowers with a lemon yellow star in
5710 Hippeastrum blumenavium -- Not available this year
A tiny gem from Brasil, this beautiful species has dainty white flowers that
are striped with pink.
5706 Hippeastrum bukasovii -- Each: Not available this year
This rare species comes from the mountains of Peru, where it grows at elevations of up to
6000'. The flowers are deep crimson, edge with cream.
5712 Hippeastrum curitibanum -- Each: $25.00
This lovely little Hippeastrum is from Brasil.
5715 Hippeastrum cybister -- Each: $15.00
Very striking, this lovely species from Bolivia and Brasil has unusual
spidery flowers. Bulbs not quite mature, seed raised.
5720 Hippeastrum evansiae --- Each: $30.00
Pale lemon flowers with a green throat are held on short stems,
with each bulb often producing several flowering stems. This is the Brazilian form.
5726 Hippeastrum leonardii -- Each: $45.00 2-3cm bulbs SOLD OUT
NEW -- A beautiful Peruvian species, with deep ruby red flowers, edged white. Very rare.
VERY FEW AVAILABLE
5722 Hippeastrum machupijchensis -- Each: Not available this year
Native to the legendary Machu Picchu and the surrounding area, I can now offer this highly
desirable bulb . I have only a few fully mature bulbs.
5721 Hippeastrum mandoni ---- Each: $20.00 2cm bulbs
A large Hippeastrum from Bolivia with red and green flowers on 36" stems.
Bulbs are not mature VERY FEW AVAILABLE
5727 Hippeastrum neopardinum -- Each: $45.00 2-3cm bulbs SOLD OUT
NEW -- A spectacular Hippeastrum from Bolivia with large pink flowers that are faintly
striped. VERY FEW AVAILABLE
5725 Hippeastrum papilio --- Each: $20.00
This stunningly beautiful Hippeastrum has large flowers of lime green and ruby
red. Sometimes available commercially, our large bulbs are seed-grown at Telos.
5730 Hippeastrum parodii -- Each: $25.00
Rarely available, this beautiful species has clear yellow flowers.
5735 Hippeastrum petiolatum -- Each: $25.00
Each stem usually has four brilliant scaarlet flowers, each with
a bright yellow star in the center.
5740 Hippeastrum puniceum ---- Not available
Brilliant flame-orange flowers make a dramatic statement.
This lovely Hippeastrum is easy to grow, and can naturalize in southern gardens.
From clones from Brazil and Peru.
5741 Hippeastrum reticulatum v. striatifolium -- Each: $25.00
This exquisite little gem comes from southern Brazil and northeastern
Argentina, with its large deep pink netted flowers held above almost
prostrate leaves, each of which has a brilliant white stripe.
5745 Hippeastrum striatum --- Each: $15.00
Dazzling orangey-red flowers, up to four to a 12” stem,
each flower having a yellow star in the center. This is a nice dwarf form.
5748 Hippeastrum vittatum --- Each: $30.00
Large white flowers boldly striped with scarlet on tall 20-30” stems.
5749 Hippeastrum reginae x neopardinum -- Each: SOLD OUT
A beautiful hybrid with dramatic velvety flowers.
5747 Hippeastrum neopardinum x psittacinum -- Each: $20.00
Huge flowers, four to a stem, on this lovely hybrid.
|Bulbs of Central
The spectacular hybrids offered by the horticultural trade are commonly known as Amaryllis, but truly belong to the genus
Hippeastrum, the members of which are all native to South America. The species Hippeastrum are rarely available, and can be just as
exciting as their more exotic cousins. They are usually summer-growers, and would need the protection of a greenhouse in cold winter
climates. Most flower in winter or early spring, and many can be successfully grown as house plants. The bulbs listed below are all
flowering size, and are shipped with roots intact. SHIPS YEAR ROUND. For a posting on this subject see:
Very closely related to Hippeastrum, the Rhodophialas are generally smaller and
daintier in appearance, and they are also hardier. Native to the Andes mountains of
Chile and Argentina, they are largely winter-growers, going dormant in summer and
producing their flowers before the leaves come up in late summer. SHIPS YEAR
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Rhodophiala bifida - Pink Form
Griffinia iis a small genus of bulbs in the Family Amaryllidaceae found in remnant forests of
Brazil where they are severely under threat from loss of habitat. They grow in the Atlantic
coastal forests in humid conditions in the forest understory. There are about fifteen species.
Griffinia make excellent house plants, since they are adapted to low light, and will bloom
repeatedly throughout the year if they are happy.
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5767 Griffinia espiritensis -- Each: $20.00
NEW -- An outstanding Griffinia severely endangered in the wild, with beautiful
sapphire blue flowers. Blooms repeatedly and makes an excellent houseplant. Not
difficult to grow.
5766 Griffinia liboniana -- Each: $25.00 FEW AVAILABLE
Smaller than G. espiritensis, this lovely little species has spotted leaves and sky blue