Growing Conditions: It thrives in full sun with lots of water.
Flower: These elegant, curved petals show a thin, red stripe, and they also offer a nice fragrance. It never has masses of flowers, but it always fits beautifully into a vase.
Flowering Season: Flowering begins after storms or heavy rains from June until October.
Leaves: This is a little plant that spreads easily. It has lots of small, narrow leaves that only get about 24 inches, and it makes a clump that is less than two feet in width.
How To Plant: The bulbs are small, so this is a shallow growing crinum lily. Plant it about six inches in the ground.
Where To Plant: Plant ‘Marisco’ where it can get lots of water. It’s a great ditch plant or pond-side plant.
Our Bulbs: As this is a small bulb, we dig and ship a mature, golf-ball-sized bulb and surrounding pups.