Growing Conditions: Full sun to light shade. Maiden’s Blush tolerates some shade.
Flowers: Flowers have pointed petals white with a pale blush of pink. Very pale and blooms mostly in the morning. Flowers are 4 to 5 feet tall and usually come in mid August and sporadically through October. However, Maiden’s Blush is a bit shy to flower.
Leaves: Foliage make a beautiful arching fountain about 3′ tall. Neat, tidy and elegant, the leaves are apple green.
How To Plant: Maiden’s Blush should be planted so just a bit of the neck is exposed above ground with lots of space for foliage and root growth.
Where To Plant: Makes a great container crinum as it looks great even when not in flower.
Our Bulbs: We ship big, ready-to-bloom bulbs!