There are lots of variation within' this species and quite a few synonyms such as rutilum, flugida, crocatum and several others. It's a large debate whether H. petiolatum and H. striatum are the same species, their growing habits and flowers have very similar charecteristics.
This clone and many others are self-fertile, sadly it only produces two flowers per scape, a common trait amongst Hippeastrum species It seems to bloom twice a year at minimum, once in Spring and usually once in late Fall, this would be spectacular if passed into its progeny as the Hippeastrum flowering season is short lived. H. striatum is quite easy to cultivate: it resists rot well, it blooms very regularly, it tolerates frost and grows just as well in full sun as it does in partial shade. I would suggest this species for those interested in growing Hippeastrum, it's quite rewarding!