Growing Conditions: Cecil requires full sun to light shade, and it needs to be in the warmer areas.
Flowers: Flowers are shell pink with richer pink buds and sweet fragrance. With stalks that are strong and erect, this plant makes a great cut flower that will completely fill a room with fragrance overnight.
Flowering Season: This crinum flowers more than any other variety, lasting from June through early August.
Leaves: This foliage has glossy, Kelly-green leaves that are elegant all the way through late summer. We usually cut them back in August, and they’ll have new leaves for fall.
How To Plant: These giant-sized bulbs should be planted at a depth of 18 to 24 inches. Be sure to also plant them in a spot with good drainage.
Where To Plant: Plant in a spot with a lot of sun.
Our Bulbs: Our giant-sized bulbs are as big as a softball, and they often have small bulbs growing from the base. They’ve been in our fields for five to seven years.