Growing Conditions: It tolerates partial shade and thrives right on the edges of ponds.
Flowers: The flowers are shell pink and stand slightly higher than the plant’s narrow leaves. It has very thin petals, but there are plenty of them.
Flowering Season: Flowers start blooming around the Fourth of July.
Leaves: The glossy, narrow leaves are both tidy and elegant. Its compact, thin foliage reaches a height of 30 inches.
How To Plant: Plant Mo’ Pon’ so that the bulb’s neck is slightly exposed with enough room for its extensive root system
Where To Plant: Try planting with hibiscus and clethra for a stunningly colorful display.
Our Bulbs: This is a naturally small-growing bulb, but the bulbs we ship are flowering size.