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Crinum lily

Crinum

Spidery, sweet scented crinum flowers dangle from a central stem, brightening late-summer gardens. The huge leafy plants spring from giant bulbs. The native Southern swamp lily depends on summer rain to set its perfumed flowers in motion. In colder climates, crinums are a botanical curiosity to show off on a summer patio, and then bring indoors to overwinter.

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Part Sun, Shade, Sun

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From 1 to 8 feet

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To 5 feet wide

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Zones:

7-10


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more varieties for Crinum lily
Southern swamp lily

Southern swamp lily

Crinum americanum offers white spiderlike petals that droop from a central stem. This Southeastern native does best in moist or west soil and blooms in late summer. The plant grows 2 feet tall. Zones 9-11

Crinum asiaticum

Crinum asiaticum

Crinum asiaticum bears clusters of spidery white flowers top a large central stem. The large, dark green leaves may reach 3 feet long on a plant that grows 5 feet tall or more. Zones 8-11

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