Description: Species native to Argentina. It is a bulbous plant, with large bulbs (10 to 15 cm in diameter) that produce many lateral bulbillos. Measures between 30 and 40 cm high. It has lanceolate leaves, dark green, 20 to 50 cm long, arranged in a basal rosette. The plant can produce up to three scapes per season, in each of which four flowers are presented. These are red or orange, very showy, and measure 15 cm long by 10 cm in diameter.
Cultivation: It grows both in the sun and in the shade, but blooms better in more enlightened places. The soil may be moist but well drained. When cultivated in pots, it is important to ensure good drainage. In suitable growing conditions, it does not lose leaves throughout the year.