Growing Conditions: Regina’s thrives in full sun and regular garden soil.
Flowers: Upright trumpets on tall stalks up to 4.5 feet. Flowers white with a pale pink stripe. This is usually one of our late to flower plants— July and August. In wet summers or with irrigation, flowers earlier.
Leaves: Tall strapy apple-green leaves.
How To Plant: Plant 10-16 inches deep. Make sure it’s not sitting in water or a wet root zone.
Where To Plant: Extremely tolerant of drought but flowers best with regular rainfall. Showy clumps look great on roadsides and from a distance. But even works in containers. — it’s dramatic enough to plant right out in the middle of the yard, all by itself.
Our Bulbs: We ship large, ready to flower bulbs.
Named for the defunct bar in Allendale County, SC, Regina’s Disco Lounge, where I watched this plant growing for years before sending it to various crinum authorities to confirm that it is indeed bigger and showier in all respects than other crinum similar to it (in the Crinum x gowenii group)