Very cold hardy! This bulb has been spotted doing very well in Seattle, Washington DC, Missouri and Ohio. A bit of Carolina for you cold climate gardeners.
Growing Conditions: Full sun to light shade. Normal, dry or sometimes flooding soil. But not standing water! Excellent for retention ponds!
Flowers: Tons of pure white flowers at Father’s Day! Big white flowers that are slightly fragrant really put on a show as they bloom through July.
Leaves: Neat slightly arching, apple-green leaves stay less than three feet tall.
How To Plant: Plant 12-15 inches deep in a spot with good winter drainage.
Where To Plant: The foliage stays fairly neat and clean so can be used in the front of borders. Looks great mixed with grasses, day lilies and little dahlias. Makes a fine container plant that can be unwatered for weeks!
Our Bulbs: We ship flowering size bulbs grown in a our carolina red dirt. This plant produces big bulbs and lots of little “pups” (baby crinum bulbs) readily.