Hippeastrum aulicum

Alberto Castillo ezeizabotgard@hotmail.com
Sat, 06 Feb 2010 11:18:13 PST
This species can grow long leaves, three or four times as large as an adult petiolatum. Flower scapes are tall. It is one of the few species that grow in tree's forks in an accumulation of twigs, old leaves, forest rubbish. It can also be grown in a well drained open mix with ease. Foliage is evergreen, typically curved and channeled and flowering is in mid winter. As Jim says in hundreds of clump I must have seen in cultivation along the years, never saw a single seed, although flowering is regular in mild climates. 

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