I must admit that I am always amazed at how tough this hardy amaryllis is in poor growing conditions. Commonly called Saint Joseph’s Lily (Hippeastrum x johnsonii), the ones in the photos are growing in a bed full of grass and never watered or fertilized. I have found that if they are pampered too much, they respond poorly for me. You might can find one in a garden center that features perennials, but the best way is to ask for one from a friend who has them. They can be dug and separated after blooming, or you can sometimes “steal a bulb” by digging along the side of the clump and carefully extracting one of the smaller bulbs. They like full sun, well drained to dry conditions, and to be left alone. It’s an old fashioned bulb with red flowers with a white stripe. I have seen several white ones in gardens in South Alabama, but I am not sure if they are sports or not. I need to stop and inquire if they might share. Then I will let you know.