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.
4 in stock
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|
Blake Wilbanks (verified owner) –
I love this bulbispermum. It blooms regularly, starting in mid to late April in 7B, South of Atlanta. The white with hints of green flowers stand out from the more common white and pink bulbispermum. it has the same archtechitrual structure as the jumbo bulbispermum and tucks in nicely behind growing cannas later in the season.