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× Amarcrinum × Amarcrinum Scientific classification Kingdom: Plantae clade: Angiosperms clade: Monocots Order: Asparagales Family: Amaryllidaceae Subfamily: Amaryllidoideae Genus: × Amarcrinum Coutts × Amarcrinum is the scientific name applied to those hybrid plants obtained from the cross between the genera Amaryllis and Crinum. These plants have tidy leaves and bear large umbels of long lasting, fragrant flowers on tall scapes during late summer and autumn.[1] Contents 1 Description 2 Nothospecies 3 Uses 4 References 5 External links Description There are several variations possible since many species of Crinum can be combined with either of the two species of Amaryllis to produce hybrids with different characteristics. In general, almost all the hybrids have been between Crinum powellii and Amaryllis belladonna. This bulbous garden perennial has wide, deep green, tough, leathery, strap-shaped leaves to 60 cm long. The flower colour and exact growth habit will vary depending on which parental species have been used to make the cross but all of them are sweetly scented like Amaryllis with the tidy habit of evergreen Crinum. During late summer loose umbels of large, scented, pink funnel shaped flowers are held on stout stems, around 10 to 15 blooms on each. Nothospecies × Amarcrinum memoria-corsii (Ragionieri) H.E. Moore. is the result of crossing Amaryllis belladonna × Crinum moorei. × Amarcrinum traubii is the hybrid obtained by crossing Amaryllis × parkeri 'Hathor' × Crinum moorei. Uses Several cultivars of × Amarcrinum have been raised and all of them are used as ornamental plants, like "Born Free", with white flowers, "Delkin's Find" with graceful light pink flowers with rounded tips, "Dorothy Hannibal" with well shaped pink flowers with pointed tips and "Fred Howard" with irregular pink flowers. This last cultivar is the most commonly found in gardens and in the trade.[2] References ^ Vigneron, P. (2000-2006). "× Amarcrinum". Amaryllidaceae organization. Retrieved 2009-06-02.  ^ Pacific Bulb Society.X Amarcrinum Retrieved June 6, 2009. External links Images of × Amarcrinum from International Bulb Society