Tough perennial with 4 foot tall wands of green flowers. This pineapple lily multiplies well, is the tallest of the genus and the leaves are always emerald green.
Growing Conditions: Full sun. Prefers moist soil. Thrives in rich, heavy soil, even boggy soil.
Flowers: Hundreds of tiny green flowers on a stalk up to 4 feet tall. (Lots of sources say taller, but I’ve grown this one a lot and never seen it taller).
Leaves: Wide, smooth, lovely emerald green. Not subject to spots or drying out.
How To Plant: Plant in the ground about 4 inches deep.
Where To Plant: Mix into perennials such as juncus, ginger or even low growing lantana.
Our Bulbs: We ship mature bulbs about 4 inches wide. See picture of our bulbs.