Growing Conditions: This plant is cold hardy into northern Ohio (Zone 5).
Flowers: The flowers are shell pink with rich-pink buds and a sweet fragrance. Their strong, erect stalks measure 60 inches. They make a great cut flowers.
Flowering Season: This crinum flowers more than most. It begins to blossom in June and continues through the fall.
Leaves: The glossy, Kelly-green leaves grow to a length of three feet.
How To Plant: Plant to a depth of 12 to 15 inches in normal garden soil.
Where To Plant: Cecil Houdyshel goes great with many plants. Try it in front of any kind of crepe myrtle, with a groundcover of homestead purple verbena or with antique roses, such as Caldwell pink.
Our Bulbs: We ship our normal tennis-ball-sized bulbs, which are ready for flowering.