Full heads of fragrant flowers in late summer. Running, short plants!
Growing Conditions: Regular to wet soil. Full sun to light shade.
Flowers: Wide white petals with dark stripes. On staks to 2.5 feet tall. Always in late summer (September in Zone 8).
Leaves: Apple green leaves look great for up to 9 months. 2.5 foot tall. This small crinum runs and spreads, so there are lots of leaves, perfect as a groundcover.
How To Plant: Plant just 3-5 inches deep. This bulb runs and will make a sort of groundcover.
Where To Plant: They thrive in containers where they’ll push themselves out of the pot. Even work in water gardens.
Our Bulbs: We ship golf ball sized bulbs; this is a smallish grower and the bulbs never get very big.