Crinum ‘Summer Glow’
This crinum has big, erect scapes! Many of the very tall flowering crinums tend to flop over or need staking. However, Summer Glow stands proud with white trumpets, which change to a rosy pink hue.
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Growing Conditions: Somewhere in Summer Glow’s parentage is powellii – which is an indicator that this may be a very hardy selection, even into Zone 6. It needs full sun.
Flowers: The flowers are thick-petaled and substantial. The overall appearance is mostly pink, though they start as white before changing to rosy-pink trumpets. The scapes display lots and lots of flowers with a height of five feet.
Leaves: These leaves have a bulbispermum blue cast that is very attractive. It adds depth to a color palate. The leaves are long but curved.
How To Plant: Plant neck-deep in regular-garden soil so only a portion of the bulb’s neck is exposed; leave room for foliage and root growth.
Where To Plant: Plant in full sun. When mixed in with dallies, it makes for a great foliage contrast. It’s perfect for a dramatic accent in foliage and flower.
Our Bulbs: We ship big, golf ball-sized bulbs With living roots and about 16 inches of leaf
|Dimensions||15 × 4 × 3 in|