Perfect for a tropical-style garden, a must for a pool deck, this huge flowered pink shows off in July. And the sculptural leaves look great adding that Tropicismo-look from April through the winter months.
This is one large size bulbs that may flower this summer or next.
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Growing Conditions: This plant grows in normal garden soil but it is tough as nails! I’ve grown it in areas that flood frequently with bog plants like Alligator Flag and also in the baking-hot parking lot beside asphalt.
Flowers: A very modern pink! Eye-catching from a distance, we’re proud of a big planting of this in the Florence Museum parking lot. This plant reaches heights over four feet. Tall, thick stems hold flowers upright – even in storms. This makes for a killer single-stem flower arrangement.
Flowering Season: Mid-July in Zone 8. Rose Parade often sends up a flower in October too.
Leaves: This crinum sports big, flowing leaves look great through late fall. Rose Parade’s leaves can reach a width of six inches. They have a glossy, apple green color..
How To Plant: Plant at a depth of six inches and three to four feet apart. Planting instructions included.
Where To Plant: Get the tropicismo-look with canna, purple heart, or soft Mexican bamboo for dramatic contrast with bold Rose Parade. You could also make this plant a focal point – a clump alone in front of a dark hedge is a sculpture.
Our Bulbs: We dig, wash, and ship them with living roots. Our bulbs are ready to plant but if you have other stuff to do, they’ll be fine in the box for a few weeks.
|Dimensions||15 × 4 × 3 in|
No add-ons +0, Toadflax Seeds + $4, Hook Bill Knife + $20, Gardening with Crinum Lilies, 1 + $5, Gardening with Crinum Lilies, 2 + $6
Blake Wilbanks –
I love rose parade. With flowers held high, this crinum shows off in the garden for my passing neighbors.