"Orange River Lily"
We have been growing this crinum for years, first collected at Riverside Botanical Garden in South Carolina. Unsure of its hardiness we originally grew it in containers and brought them in during the winter. After a few years we decided to leave them out in a perennial planting and not only did they survived but bloom twice a year and have formed nice clumps. Growing to about 24 – 30” with grey-green strap-like reflexed foliage topped by amaryllis shaped pale pink flowers. After the blooms interesting bulblets form at the end of the flower spikes which mature and fall to the ground colonizing in well behaved settlements.
Multiples of 15