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In our garden, Hippeastrum 'Voodoo' makes one of the most stunning shows imaginable. Our 7-year-old specimen produces over 130 flowers on 20" tall stalks, starting in mid-April and continuing into May. This mysterious amaryllis appears to be a modern-day remake of the original 1700s cross, Hippeastrum 'Ackermanii', released by Dutch Ludwig and Co. in the 1960s. Just like Hippeastrum 'Ackermanii', Hippeastrum 'Voodoo' is composed of deer-resistant, wide glossy foliage, tinged bronze in full sun and topped with clusters of red flowers with white central patterns.