Crinum bulbispermum album Walterboro White Wedding Strain
This pure white form has been passed along Carolina gardens for centuries. We selected this one from a churchyard in Walterboro, South Carolina. This is a seed strain so individual plants vary; all are pure white petals but the keel and the flower center color varies from green to white to pale rose.
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Growing Conditions: Regular to wet soil and full sun to light shade.
Flowers: Pure white with a tiny green eye at the center.
Flowering Season: It always blooms in mid-spring. (April in Zone 8)
Leaves: It has blue-green, re-curving leaves. It’s very sculptural and looks great for nine months. Growing to a height of 30 inches, this plant is a sprawler, so place away from walkways.
How To Plant: Plant to a depth of 10 to 12 inches.
Where To Plant: Great in meadow-style planting, or even in ditches and places that occasionally flood. In a garden, place toward the middle or back of a border. Or at the base of shrubs.
Our Bulbs: We ship tennis-ball-sized bulbs; they are flowering size (but note that not all flower in the first year of planting).
|Dimensions||18 × 4 × 5 in|