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Crinum x ‘Walterboro’


A sweet, small selection found on the roadside near Walterboro, SC.  There are lots of forms of this hybrid with similar flowers. Handsome leaves, great color in August!

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Growing Conditions: Thrives in full sun and moist gardens!

Flowers: Flowers open wide and with gentle burgundy stripes.  Flowers on scapes about knee high.

Growing Conditions: Thrives in full sun and moist gardens! 

Flowers:  Flowers open wide and show off their bold striped faces. Beautiful long, slender buds.

Flowering Season: August (Zone 8).

Leaves: Low, narrow leaves.  The bulbs make lots of new pups so lots of narrow leaves are thickly packed in a small area.  Nice glossy finish.

How To Plant: To make a mass, plant three bulbs 18 inches apart. This cultivar multiplies well.  Plant 6 inches deep!

Where To Plant: Full sun to light shade. Loves moist soils and will make a groundcover there. Beautiful with ferns and horsetail.  It’s probably not very cold hardy!

Our Bulbs: We ship flowering-sized bulbs. Be aware that these are slightly smaller than some of our bigger crinums.

C. × baconi (C. americanum × C. zeylanicum)

Additional information

Weight 1.1 lbs
Dimensions 18 × 5 × 5 in


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