Cyrtanthus is a large genus of flowering perennials in the Amaryllidaceae family native to South Africa. Each cyrtanthus bulb produces one or more stems, each adorned with several stunning flowers in yellow, white, orange, pink, or red, depending on the species.
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Cyrtanthus (previously known as Vallota speciosa) is a large genus of flowering plants that belongs to the Amaryllidaceae family, native to South Africa. They are known for their strikingly beautiful blooms that range in color from red, pink, orange,white, and yellow, and for their unique trumpet-shaped flowers that flare out at the tips. Many new cyrtanthus hybrids are easy to cultivate but others have specific requirements and are best left to collectors and enthusiasts.