Growing Conditions: This plant loves shade and wet gardens. It’s very hardy through Zone 7.
Flowers: Long, thin petals emerge on slender scapes, and they never reach a height greater than two feet. This plant can be shy to flower, especially in dry beds.
Flowering Season: This plant flowers sporadically all summer, from May through the fall (in Zone 8). In colder zones, blooming begins later. Plants bloom earlier in warmer zones.
Leaves: Foliage grows to a length of 18 inches and has a little burgundy coloration towards the bottom of the leaf. The leaves are very narrow with a width of only one-and-a-half inches.
How To Plant: It’s great in bogs and ponds. Be warned: it will run, and it’s tough to get rid of once it’s established.
Where To Plant: It’s a great groundcover crinum for shade. This tough plant will grow just about anywhere.
Our Bulbs: These are small bulbs at maturity. We ship a well rooted, ready to spread bulb.
Here’s a little video: