Wonderful flowers, stems and leaves are hidden within the contents of a dormant flower bulb like Amaryllis, and when that bulb is properly exposed to the light, moisture and necessary heat, it grows into a fast emerging stem topped with giant opening flowers of many colors. Ty Ty Nursery offers for sale the most important, popular and best selling commercial, Dutch Giant hybrid bulbs ever seen in the flowering world, Amaryllis bulb, Daffodil bulbs and Tulip bulb. Ty Ty Nursery also offers for sale the plump rhizomes of Agapanthus plants, Bird of Paradise Plant and Ginger Lily Plants. Clivia plants more closely resemble a bulb than a rhizome and form inflorescences much like an Amaryllis bulb. Crinum bulbs fall into a special class apart from its smaller relatives, mainly because of the gigantic flower bulbs and its ability to survive decades of drought and stressful environmental assaults. Several categories of bulbs are called rain lilies, because the flowers usually appear abundantly during the Hurricane rainy season. These so called rainlilies also are called: Zephyranthes, surprise lilies, spider lilies, hurricane lilies and many other names. Those classified as rainlilies are Oxblood Lily, Zephyranthes, and Lycoris. Voodoo lilies are also called strange names like snake lily and cobra lily because of their menacing strangeness and putrid flower smell. The African Blood lily or Haemanthus lily is a very exotic, globular shaped flower that looks like a red, complexly, affixed ornament from the nether-world. Hymenocallis are white flowered natives of the Southern U.S. Rivers that are endowed with a wonderful perfumed flower, and other hymenocallis are excellent for containerizing that are native bulbs of South America. Pineapple lilies, (Eucomis bicolor) form beautiful flowers that rise from active bulbs, and the flowers are shaped like a fruiting pineapple. The Gloriosa Lily flower is one of the most exotic in color and shaped, with petals that are reflexed backwards like a huge, predatory Tarantula spider. The Gloriosa Lily rhizome forms a flowering vine that rapidly will climb walls or fences.