Pink Flamingo tall and sturdy! Flowers April through mid-June.
These flowers are held very high, waving four to five feet above the leaves. Height makes a great crinum for mixing into perennial borders.
Use this crinum with Indigo Blue Salvia, Purple Butterfly Bush or a killer combination golden, tall Autumn Minaret Day Lily.
Growing Conditions: Flamingo requires full sun. It is very cold tolerant. We have reports of its durability in Ohio and Missouri.
Flowers: Pink Flamingo’s flowers tower above its leaves. The flowers are slightly fragrant, big, and showy.
Flowering Season: These flowers are a beautiful shell-pink, and they bloom in May and June.
Leaves: The foliage is low and tightly growing, making a neat, manageable mound.
How To Plant: It needs full sun and normal garden soil with some drainage.
Where To Plant: The foliage makes this crinum perfect for containers or interplanting with pale-yellow daylilies or blue salvia.
Our Bulbs: This is a special and rare bulb. We ship our normal, tennis-ball-sized bulbs.
|15 × 4 × 3 in