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The pink Amaryllis belladonna  (has been crossed in cultivation with Crinum moorei to produce a hybrid called × Amarcrinum,[12] which has named cultivars. Hybrids said to be between Amaryllis belladonna and Brunsvigia josephinae have been called × Amarygia. Is now in flower in a variety of pots around the garden and the White Agapanthus is also showing its late summer display. The garden is a mixture of these late summer flowers and the evening scent from the Brugmansia is just perfect on the warm evenings. We did plant some Daturas but they have yet to flower.


Pink Amarygia White Agapanthus