- Flower nameHaemanthus albiflors
- Scientific nameHaemanthus albiflors
- Place of originSouth Africa
- Place of floweringOrnamental plants
- Flowering seasonOctober, November
What is Haemanthus albiflors
Haemanthus albiflors or mayuhake omoto (scientific name: Haemanthus albiflors) is a perennial plant native to South Africa and a member of the family Amaryllidaceae. It produces white flowers resembling brush-like flowers in autumn with scattered inflorescences growing from the flower stalks that emerge from the leaves.
Common name: Haemanthus albiflors, Scientific name: Haemanthus albiflors, also known as mayuhake omoto, height: 20-90 cm. Leaf length: 15-40 cm, leaf shape: oval, inflorescence: polyamniotic inflorescence, diameter: 7-15 cm, corolla: cylindrical, flowering season: October-November.