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Crinum bulbispermum ‘Aurora Glorialis’


This crinum is a stunning array of three colors showing on one plant. It’s a compact plant, which is perfect for small gardens. A special thing about this particular flower is that it’s from our own selection. It’s been 13 years in the making and is now available for the first time in 2016.

One of the most cold-hardy of crinum lilies, this flower begins blooming in May. Both rare and spectacular, it’s currently grown only in a few botanical gardens and crinum collections in the United States.


Growing Conditions: It needs full sun to very light shade.

Flowers: These are white with slight rose tinge. On the second day, the flowers turn light pink and on the third day they’re rich rose colored. All the colors come together in a beautiful cluster!

Flowering Season: The flowers begin to bloom in May. In cooler climates, they bloom late into mid June.

Leaves: The foliage is steel blue, curving and sculptural making a three-foot tall and three-foot wide mound.

How To Plant: This plant needs full sun. Using normal garden soil with some drainage is recommended.

Where To Plant: This lily loves a place ranging from full sun to light shade. This is a statement plant; a single clump in front of a dark hedge becomes a sculpture. It’s extremely beautiful with early flowering blue perennials.

Our Bulbs: We ship our normal-size bulbs, which are about tennis-ball sized.

Additional information

Weight 4.2 lbs
Dimensions 15 x 4 x 3 in
Bulb Size

Large, Giant

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