Crinum x herbertii ‘Carnival’
A favorite as all flowers open at one time! Rose pink with random, wavy white stripes and rich pink outside.
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A stunning head of thick-petaled flowers rosy-pink with random, wavy white stripes.
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 given its parentage, might be very hardy.
Flowers: Dramatic individual pink flowers with an occasional lighter stripe. The cool thing about Carnival is that all the flowers open at once, so you get this dramatic, symmetrical flower head.
Leaves: Apple green with a little bit of glossyness. Knee hight spreading masses of leaves.
How To Plant: Plant 10-15 inches deep.
Where To Plant: Ours works well with rich purples and with orange cosmos. Adapted to some flooding but not to standing water!
Our Bulbs: We golf ball-sized, bulbs with living roots and some green necks. These balls will not flowered this summer.
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