A stout little crinum with full-sized flowers! Just over 2 feet tall, Bambino flowers like a champ. It makes a great, fast-growing clump.
Cool wavy leaves! Scan down the page to see the video. Rare!
13 in stock
Growing Conditions: Full sun to part shade.
Flowers: Pale pink with a slightly richer pink stripe.
Flowering Season: July.
Leaves: Glossy leaves with wavy edges. Low and spreading. Very compact for a crinum.
How To Plant: Plant 6 to 8 inches deep. For quick effect, plant three in a triangle 18 inches apart.
Where To Plant: Full sun. Normal garden moisture. Drought tolerant but appreciate some summer rain. Excellent container plants. Looks great with small summer annuals like Vinca.
Our Bulbs: We ship bulbs a little smaller than a tennis ball.
NOTES: This is a hybrid of Crinum bulbispermum which is very cold hardy. So this should be cold hardy in zone 6. But it’s untested. This is a sort of new hybrid by Dr. Dave Lehmiller of Texas.
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