Hippeastrum evansiae D30-32.2

Yellow Hippeastrum! This species of Hippeastrum is native to Bolivia and ranges in color from buttery yellow to yellow with apricot shadings. An offsetting species that develops into small colonies with time. It is a free bloomer especially if given a dry, winter rest, during its preferred dormant period, and tends to bloom best in late spring to early summer. Clone D30-32.2 The flowers of this clone tend to be a light parchment/yellow color with occasional apricot veining. The form of the flower tends to hold a deep, trumpet shape and the throat of this clone has a light, greenish glow.
9 to 10
14" x 14"
$18.50 Half-Pint #D32-32.2  In stock

Add a note about this plant!

Do you have an interesting tip or tidbit about this plant? We'd love to hear. Note: if you have a question about a plant, please use the contact form.

  • If you are a human and not a spam-producing robot, enter the words above.

Popular plant groups