- Flower bulb history
- Flower bulb production
- Bulb flower production
- Landscaping information
- Essay items
- Spring blooming bulbs
- Summer blooming bulbs
- Amaryllis belladonna
- Anemone coronaria
- Galtonia candicans
- Gladiolus callianthus
- Autumn blooming bulbs
Popular name: Swamp lily
Origin: South Africa
Flower colour: dark pink, white
Flowering period: August-September
Average plant height: 60 - 120 cm
Planting depth to base of bulbs: bulb under the ground, neck above ground
Spacing between bulbs: 45 cm
Type of bulb: bulb
Light requirements: sunny location (AM sun)
Landscape uses: solitary plant in the garden, very often used in pots and containers. Whether planted in a pot or in the garden, protect from frost.
Crinum is one of the late-flowering summer bulbs. Crinum is big and usually best grown in pots as a solitary plant. If grown outdoors, bring them inside before the winter. If the bulb is well-protected from frost and remains in the same location year after year, it begins to flower even more profusely in the following years.
Crinum Powellii and Crinum Powellii 'Album' - pure white.