Growing Conditions: Infusion thrives in our sandy fields but also likes lots of water and would do well in a flood-prone area.
Flowers: Infusion’s flowers are a zany hot pink that arrive in early July in the midlands of South Carolina (Zone 8). The flowers reach a height of five feet and have a sweet, perfume-like fragrance.
Flowering Season: July
Leaves: Tall, glossy leaves. Dense, tropical looking clumps 4 feet tall..
How To Plant: Plant in full sun or very light shade at a depth of about eight inches.
Where To Plant: Try planting them near the back of borders or walkways. Spectacular with purple phlox and bananas. The leaves add nice tropical texture all summer.
Our Bulbs: We ship single, ready-to-flower bulbs about the size of a small apple. Be aware, for such a big plant, it sure has a small bulb!