Lycoris hybrids, named and not named, are included on this page. For more information about this genus and the species see the Lycoris wiki page.
Lycoris × albiflora is a creamy-white autumn flowering hybrid. The first photo from Bill Dijk. The second photo from John Ingram could be this hybrid or have this hybrid in its parentage.
Hybrids involving Lycoris chinensis
The first two photographed by Jim Murrain and the last from Jim Waddick of a melon colored hybrid that is large and showy.
Lycoris 'Sunshine' is a hybrid that probably involves Lycoris longituba and Lycoris chinensis. Jim Waddick has given this large flowered, pure yellow form the appropriate, but tentative, name of 'Sunshine'. The flowers are 5 inches (13 cm) wide on scapes 3 feet (90 cm) tall. Photo by Jim Waddick.
Lycoris 'Viewing Fish' is a sterile lilac pink hybrid involving Lycoris sprengeri. Photo by Jim Waddick.
A hybrid with white flowers. Photo by Jim Murrain.