Pink trumpet is a standout with enormous pink flowers on tall, sturdy stalks (up to 6 feet tall!).
Growing Conditions: These Crinums have been seen succeeding as far north as Lynchburg, VA (Zone 7a). Full sun is best!
Flowers: Unique in flower size and flowering time! Pink Trumpet flowers are 9 inches long and rich pink. They grow on stalks that measure on average about 5.5 feet tall. Most years they come really late; October for us in Zone 8.
Leaves: The leaves are dramatic all season! The leaves reach 4 to 5 feet tall and stand upright. Even in spring, Pink Trumpet leaves are bigger and more dramatic than others; standing up like a soft yucca. (see picture)
How To Plant: Plant in regular garden soil. Full sun is best.
Where To Plant: I love this mixed with four o’clocks or White Cloud Sweet Grass.
Our Bulbs: We ship large, thick stalked fresh bulbs as pictured.
Note: This is an extremely rare crinum selected by one of my mentors who never made it commercially available.