Scientific Name:
Amaryllidaceae J.St.-Hil.

Clump-forming perennial herbs; bulb tunicate. Leaves few, basal, ± linear to lorate. Flowers bisexual, usually actinomorphic and umbellate, occasionally solitary; spathe of 1–2 valves, scarious, persistent or deciduous before maturity. Perianth petaloid, with or without tube, sometimes with corona. Stamens 6, opposite perianth-segments, inserted on them or free; filaments free, or expanded at base and connate. Ovary inferior; style slender, with capitate or 3-lobed stigma; ovules usually many. Fruit a capsule, or fleshy and indehiscent.

[From:  Healy and Edgar (1980) Flora of New Zealand. Volume 3.]

Number of species and named hybrids in New Zealand within Amaryllidaceae J.St.-Hil.
Exotic: Fully Naturalised11
Exotic: Casual9
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