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 and in areas that flood frequently. I’ve grown it with bog plants like Alligator Flag and also in the baking-hot parking lot of the Florence Museum.
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. Blooming begins later in colder zones and earlier in warmer zones.
Leaves: Unlike other sub-tropical perennials, crinum leaves look great through late fall. Rose Parade’s leaves can reach a width of six inches.
How To Plant: Plant at a depth of eight to ten inches and three to four feet apart.
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: Our bulbs are baseball-sized. We dig, wash, and ship them with living roots.
|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