Pictures of Hippeastrum hybrids, often described as amaryllis and seen for sale in the northern hemisphere in December, are pictured on this page. Photos of plants with names from I-N are found on this page.
Photos of other hybrids are found on these pages:
Hippeastrum 'Jaguar' Photo taken April 2004 by Lee Poulsen.
Hippeastrum 'Jewel' is a semi-double, semi-trumpet flower with a distinctive red eye and a very sweet fragrance. 'Jewel' in this photo is single, out of the four flowers on this inflorescence only one was semi-doubled. This is common for 'Jewel', I actually prefer the single flowers. Photo taken December 2010 by Joshua Young
Hippeastrum 'Lemon Star' has a very flat, luminescent bloom. Photo taken December 2010 by Joshua Young.
Hippeastrum 'Lilly Star' is a very floriferous hybrid containing up to 7 flowers per inflorescence! Photo taken December 2010 by Joshua Young.
Hippeastrum 'Lollipop' A small plant with flowers about 3 inches across. Photo taken April 2011 by Joshua Young
Hippeastrum 'Madame Butterfly' is supposed to be a hybrid of Hippeastrum papilio. It is huge, approx. 9 in./23 cm across; does anyone know what the other parent might have been? Cathy Sue Hawkins believes it was 'Red Lion'. Photograph taken April 2004 by Lee Poulsen.
Hippeastrum 'Minerva' Photo by Pamela Slate for whom this always flowers in late April to early May in Arizona.
Hippeastrum 'Neon' sometimes called 'Neon Rose' usually blooms with six - eight textured flowers per umbel. Photo taken December 2010 by Joshua Young.