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James Burghardt

(Crinum Lily, Elizabeth Traub Crinum Lily)

Hybridizer Hamilton Traub named this tall and large-growing hybrid perennial after his wife. It's now an heirloom, with origins back to the 1930s. The stunning 'Elizabeth Traub' resulted by crossing Crinum 'Ellen Bosanquet' with C. 'Cecil Houdyshel'.

The Elizabeth Traub crinum lily is admired for chest-high flower stalks that don large, six-petaled, magenta-pink flowers during the warm months. The leaves are strap-shaped and bright glossy green. They emerge from the bulb in...

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Grandiflora

(Cape Lily, Ellen Bosanquet Cape Lily)

A vigorously multiplying bulbous perennial, 'Ellen Bosanquet' is a hybrid crinum loved by gardeners since its introduction in the 1920s. It is notable for its large, spicy-scented, trumpet-shaped, reddish-violet flowers that bloom through summer and for its vigorous bulb growth. The leaves are strap-shaped, wavy, and glossy. They emerge from the bulb in a tight bundle and form an arching fountain as they extend. The leafless flower stems are topped by a cluster of outward-facing flowers.

The...

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James Burghardt

(Crinum Lily, Mrs. James Hendry Crinum Lily)

A choice hybrid selection, 'Mrs. James Hendry' was bred and selected by Henry Nehrling in the early 20th century. This crinum lily is beloved for tremendously fragrant white flowers that open from pink buds. These six-petaled flowers are held horizontally and the petal tips gracefully reflex. The leaves are strap-shaped and bright glossy green. They emerge from the bulb in a tight bundle and form an arching fountain as they extend.

The Mrs. James Hendry crinum lily grows and flowers best in...

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James Burghardt

(Crinum Lily, Summer Nocturne Crinum Lily)

This vigorously growing, fragrant-blooming crinum will become your summer garden favorite! Bred by Thad Howard in the early 1960s, 'Summer Nocturne' is the result of crossing Crinum moorei with C. erubescens

The nearly white to faintly pink flowers have six petals. Petal tips blush a more prominent pink. The leafless flower stems - often purplish green - are topped by a cluster of gently nodding flowers. The leaves are strap-shaped and bright glossy green. They emerge from...

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James Burghardt

(Seven Sisters)

Here's a magnificent addition to any water garden for summertime interest. The swamp crinum, also known as the seven sisters or American crinum lily, is a bulbous clumping perennial native to lakes, bogs, and swamps across the Gulf Coast region of the southeastern United States. Overall, this crinum species is quite variable in the size of its leaves and flower petal widths.

Anytime from midsummer to frost, in full sun or considerable shade, unbranched flower stems are topped by ball-like white...

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Grandiflora

(Asian Crinum Lily, Giant Crinum, Poisonbulb)

The Asian crinum lily is a large, free-blooming, fragrant, bulbous perennial for warm climates or containers. Native to tropical Southeast Asia, it grows and increases vigorously in suitable conditions, and blooms continuously. In marginal regions, frost may kill the leaves but the plant recovers and new leaves grow with the return of mild temperatures. Over time the bulb grows larger and the broad strap-shaped leaves emerge in a trunk-like mass that separates into individual flaring, arching, glossy...

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James Burghardt

(Asian Crinum Lily, Variegated Crinum Lily)

The variegated Asian crinum lily is a large, free-blooming, fragrant, bulbous perennial for warm climates or containers. While the white flowers are pretty, it's the striped white and green foliage that attracts attention! Native to tropical Southeast Asia, 'Variegatum' grows and increases moderately in suitable conditions and blooms much less frequently than the typical green-leaf form. In marginal regions, frost kills the leaves but the plant slowly recovers and new leaves grow with the return...

(Spotted Crinum Lily)

The spotted crinum lily is a large, free-blooming, fragrant, bulbous perennial for warm climates or containers. This naturally occurring variety is native to extreme eastern Asia, from southern Japan southward into southeastern China and Taiwan. It grows and increases vigorously in suitable conditions, and blooms continuously as long as temperatures are sufficiently warm. In marginal regions, frost kills the leaves but the plant recovers and new leaves grow with the return of spring. Over time the...

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James Burghardt

(Han Ire Crinum Lily, Spotted Crinum Lily)

A choice selection, 'Han Ire' develops into a fountain-shaped cluster of spotted green and ivory leaves. The flower display is also beautifully graceful. The spotted crinum lily is a large bulbous perennial for landscapes in warm climates or indoor containers. Variety japonicum is found in extreme eastern Asia, from southern Japan southward into southeastern China and Taiwan. It grows and increases vigorously in suitable conditions, and blooms continuously as long as temperatures are sufficiently...

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Jesse Saylor

(Crinum Lily, Giant Spider Lily)

The Asian crinum lily is a large, free-blooming, fragrant, bulbous perennial for frost-free climates or large containers. Native to the Seychelles and Mauritius in the western Indian Ocean, it grows and increases vigorously in suitable conditions, and blooms continuously, but most heavily in springtime. Over time the bulb grows larger and the broad strap-shaped leaves emerge in a trunk-like mass that separates into individual flaring, arching, glossy leaves. The bulb produces daughter bulbs freely...