Crinum Lily: Deep Pink Flowering Florida Hybrid, 5 Small Bulbs

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Crinum Lily: Deep Pink Flowering Florida Hybrid, 5 Small Bulbs

$30.00

Sold out. 5 small bulbs. A Florida Hybrid Crinum Lily which I believe to be either ''Ellen Bosanquet'' or ''Elizabeth Traub'', Whatever the name, it is a WONDERFUL, EASY to grow plant that will reward you with dark pink blooms during the warm summermonths!

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You are

buying?5 small Florida?Hybrid Crinum?Lily

Plants/Bulbs. The bulbs you are buying are small, about 10 - 15 months of age and range in

size from the size of?a large marble to a golf ball.





I believe these?to be either?'Ellen Bosanquet' or

'Elizabeth Traub' some of the old 'Florida Crackers' around here?call these

crinums 'Candle Sticks' because of the way the blooms stand so tall above the

foliage.



Whatever the name, it is?a WONDERFUL, EASY to grow plant

that will reward you with dark pink blooms during the warm summer months!?



These bulbs will take 3-5 years to reach blooming size,

but with a little time and patience, you'll have an impressive group of these

wonderful flowers blooming for you year after year! As always, planting and care

instructions are included with all my auctions.



I will remove?the?long leaves before shipping these

will re-grow once planted in it's new home!?



This old fashioned?crinum lily?is a low maintenance

plant that produces lovely dark pink to reddish-pink blooms about the size of an

Easter Lily. The tall bloom stalk stands about 18 - 24 inches above the abundant

foliage and holds several?blooms at a time!? These lilies are cold hardy to USDA

zone?7 and grow very well all the way?to zone 11 in full sun or partial shade.



These will produce several flower stalks during the

warmer months with the majority of blooms coming in the spring and fall.? These

lilies will multiply freely?by producing bulbs off the main 'mother' bulb (they

don't get seeds). They'll start multiplying for you even before they start

blooming!



Prefers bright sunny situations but will grow in medium

shade - especially in the hottest zones. Grows best in well draining, sandy

soil.?





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