Crinum x digwedii ‘American Maid’
Half native! Like one of her parents, (Crinum amercianum) American Maid runs a bit and makes a low spreading mass.
Fragrant flowers in the heat of mid August and again in the fall.
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American Maid is a new hybrid and we’re one of the few nurseries that offers this small lily.
Growing Conditions: Full sun to light shade. Clay, sand or container mixes. Various garden soils and can take wet soil. Its winter hardiness is unknown but it might be tender.
Flowers: Dramatic white flowers with a pink stripe bloom mid August in the heat of summer and then again in the fall after heavy rains.
Leaves: Like one of her parents, Crinum amercianum, American Maid (half native?) runs a bit and makes a low spreading mass.
How To Plant: American Maid likes to grow more shallow than other crinums. Plant it just 5 inches deep.
Where To Plant: Ours work well with Mexican Petunia, where you hardly notice them until they flower. Fine in regular garden soil but thrives in wet areas too!
Our Bulbs: This is a smallish bulb that never gets big so we ship a small, flowering size bulb (about lemon size).
This Crinum is native to North America…sort of! It has C. americanum, North America’s native crinum, as a parent.
|Dimensions||15 × 4 × 3 in|