Crinum ‘Red Flare’
Broad petals. One of the biggest flowers of our red and white digweedii types. Pure white with a deep red stripe. Lovely fragrance. Makes a spreading groundcover for wettish areas. Leaves to 28 ” tall, narrow. This is the group of crinum developed at “Downton Abbey” (read their history here)
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Growing Conditions: Full sun, lots of water. Loves to grow in a ditch.
Flower: Elegant, curved petals with a deep red stripe. Of this type, Red Flare’s flowers open wider and bigger than any other. Lovely fragrance. A beautiful cut flower for a small vase. Flowers in August.
Flowering Season: Flowering begins after heavy rains from August until October.
Leaves: This is a little plant that spreads easily. Narrow leaves only get about 24 inches, and it makes an excellent groundcover.
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: It’s a great ditch plant, marsh, or pond-side plant.
Our Bulbs: We dig and ship mature, golf-ball-sized bulbs with living roots and leaves cut back.
|Dimensions||6 × 6 × 4 in|