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Pineapple lily

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Tall, ruffled flower spikes rise dramatically above broad, strappy leaves in this tropical member of the hyacinth family, quenching the thirst for exotic architecture in mixed borders. New varieties of the pineapple lily are hardier and even more colorful, with wine-color stems and foliage contrasting beautifully with the small rose or pale green flowers that open along the bloom spike. Some varieties can even tolerate full sun. In more temperate climates, the foliage will die back to the ground and resprout in late spring. Plant pineapple lily in warm, sunny locations in well-drained soil. Excessive winter moisture will cause the bulbous base to rot. Pineapple lily is also a great accent plant for large containers.


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Under 6 inches to 3 feet


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'Sparkling Burgundy' pineapple lily
'Sparkling Burgundy' pineapple lily
Eucomis 'Sparkling Burgundy' bears purple foliage and pink-blushed flowers in summer. It grows 2 feet tall. Zones 6-9

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