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Lily - Crinum


CRINUM LILY                               Perennial wildflower – Sun to Part Shade

Crinum                                             Ht. 4”-6”, Spread 24”-40”

CRY-num                                         Spacing 24”-40”

HABIT:     Some bloom in early summer, others in late summer. Lily like flowers in white, pink, and rose. Clumping perennial with long stalks, 4”-6” lily-shaped, fragrant flowers. Thick fleshy roots from large bulbs.

CULTURE:     Plant in spring or fall in rich, healthy soil. Flowering is more prolific if clumps are left undisturbed for several years.

USES:  Perennial garden, bold foliage texture.

PROBLEMS:    Slugs and snails.

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