Ornamental Bulbous Plant

A characteristic of the bulbous plants is thickening in the bulbs and exhaust escaping from the plates in the form of a rosette. Nutrients accumulate in the bulbs of these plants. Many of them have a pronounced period of rest, during which they completely shed the foliage.

The next year, the bulb creates new leaves. Most indoor bulbous plants are beautifully blooming, and their flowers are very large, extremely beautiful and hold for a long time. Only a few are valued for their interesting leaf shape. Most bulbs require bright ambient light.

Agapanthus
Agapanthus
Amaryllis
Amaryllis
Anigozanthos
Anigozanthos
Antigonon
Antigonon
Bowiea
Bowiea
Beaucarnea
Beaucarnea
Bulbine
Bulbine
Vallota
Vallota
Veltheimia
Veltheimia
Haemanthus
Haemanthus
Hyacinthus
Hyacinthus
Hymenocallis
Hymenocallis
Hippeastrum
Hippeastrum
Drimiopsis
Drimiopsis
Zephyranthes
Zephyranthes
Clivia
Clivia
Crinum
Crinum
Lachenalia
Lachenalia
Ledebouria
Ledebouria
Liriopelour
Liriopelour
Nerine
Nerine
Sprekelia
Sprekelia
Freesia
Freesia
Eucomis
Eucomis

Eucharis
Eucharis