Amaryllis Hippeastrum (Red Lion)

This is the debut of the amaryllis that I rescued from the clearance rack, when it was but a wee bulb! There was no information on which type it would be, but my guess is Red Lion, and it has roared! It has produced four flowers. The color is so intense.IMG_2945

It came in a wide-mouthed glass container. Compared to my Minerva amaryllis, which grew in soil, the flower stalk on this one is a bit shorter, but the flowers are equally as beautiful.


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