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, ready-to-bloom bulbs.