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The Blood Lily plant in Florida is commonly known as the: 'Haemanthus', and the globular red flower head grows on a one and one-half foot tall stem that is capped by a round blood-red cluster of tiny filaments that forms a spectacular six inch wide inflorescence, the size of a large saucer. The pale green leaves are wide and distinctively scoop shaped. This rarely marketed flower bulb is common in Florida gardens, and usually begins flowering in June. The red blooms maintain a fresh appearance for about one week or more. The Haemanthus bulb normally responds vigorously, when it is grown in the heavy shade and is cold hardy when planted outside in Northern Florida, but for best results this lily must be grown as a container plant in Northern zones of the U.S.