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Image of Erythronium rostratum photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Beaked Troutlily, Yellow Troutlily)

An elegant hardy perennial found in woodlands from Texas to Ohio, beaked trout lily is grown for its exquisite spring flowers and its strikingly marked foliage. The solitary, up-facing (rather than nodding) yellow flowers perch atop wiry, erect, leafless stems. Resembling small lilies, the flowers have six wide-flaring segments. Their exteriors are brushed with maroon. A starburst of purple-brown or yellow anthers protrudes from the gaping blooms. The broadly lance-shaped, bronze-green, pewter-dappled...

Image of Eucharis photo by: International Flower Bulb Centre

International Flower Bulb Centre

(Eucharis )

Eucharis comprises about 17 species of evergreen bulbous perennials from rain forests and other moist habitats in Central America and northwestern South America. Several are grown for their fragrant white flowers and their bold glossy leaves.

The broad oval to elliptical leaves of these tender perennials arise from large, shallow-growing, tunic-covered bulbs. Borne in small clusters on leafless stalks ("scapes"), the white, nodding, sweet-scented flowers have six rounded, spreading...

Image of Eucharis amazonica photo by: International Flower Bulb Centre

International Flower Bulb Centre

(Amazon Lily, Eucharist Lily)

Glorious in foliage and in blossom, this bulbous perennial from moist forests of northwestern South America is renowned for its fragrant white flowers and broad evergreen leaves.

The glossy, dark green, hosta-like leaves of this tender perennial arise from a large, shallow-growing, tunic-covered bulb. Domed clusters of four to eight nodding, sweet-scented white flowers are borne on knee-high, leafless stalks ("scapes") in mid to late summer, and again in winter if warmth and moisture are sufficient....

Image of Eucharis x grandiflora photo by: TL

TL

(Amazon Lily, Hybrid Eucharist Lily)

Glorious in foliage and in blossom, this bulbous perennial from moist forests of northwestern South America is renowned for its fragrant white flowers and broad evergreen leaves.

The glossy, dark green, hosta-like leaves of this tender perennial arise from a large, shallow-growing, tunic-covered bulb. Clusters of two to six nodding, sweet-scented white flowers are borne on leafless stalks ("scapes") in late spring or summer, and again at other seasons if warmth and moisture are sufficient....

Image of Eucomis photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Eucomis)

These bulbous perennials from southeastern Africa are grown for their large, often boldly marked leaves and their spikes of subtly hued flowers. All but one of the 11 or so species grow and flower in summer and die back in late fall.

Rosettes of handsome, broadly strap-shaped leaves grow directly from large, egg-shaped, shiny green or purplish bulbs. The leaves - which die back in fall - are often tinted, splotched, or flecked with purple. Spikes of star-shaped greenish, creamy-white, or purplish...

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Terra Nova Nurseries, Inc.

(Freckles Pineapple Lily, Hybrid Pineapple Lily)

The purple-flecked foliage and attractive flowers of this Terra Nova Nurseries introduction give it summer-long interest. It is probably a selection or hybrid of Eucomis vandermerwei, a summer-growing bulbous perennial from northern South Africa.

Emerging in spring from a large shiny purplish bulb, the strap-shaped, arching, wavy-edged leaves form a low rosette. The leaves - which die back in fall - are heavily dotted with purple. Spikes of star-shaped purple-pink flowers are borne...

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James Burghardt

(Hybrid Pineapple Lily, Reuben Pineapple Lily)

Forming clumping foliage with long-lasting mauve and green flower spikes great for cutting, Reuben pineapple lily is a great mixed border plant. An attractive hybrid, this pineapple lily is a bulbous, tender perennial distinguished by its showy flower clusters somewhat resembling pineapples with a little leafy tuft atop the flower spike.

Emerging with the warm temperatures of spring, the broad, strap-shaped leaves of this eye-catching perennial form a fountain-like rosette. Dense, cylindrical...

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James Burghardt

(Hybrid Pineapple Lily, Tugela Jade Pineapple Lily)

Forming clumping foliage with long-lasting chartreuse-budded and white flowered spikes great for cutting, Tugela Jade pineapple lily is a great mixed border plant. An attractive hybrid created by Eddie Welsh, this pineapple lily is a bulbous, tender perennial distinguished by its showy flower clusters somewhat resembling pineapples with a little leafy tuft atop the flower spike. It is named after the Tugela River in South Africa.

Emerging with the warm temperatures of spring, the broad, strap-shaped...

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James Burghardt

(Hybrid Pineapple Lily, Tugela Ruby Pineapple Lily)

The bold purple-flushed leaves and showy flower spikes of this pineapple lily provide a summer-long show. Raised by New Zealand plantsman Eddie Welsh, it is probably a selection or hybrid of Eucomis comosa, a bulbous perennial from eastern South Africa.

Emerging in spring from a large egg-shaped bulb, the upright, broadly strap-shaped leaves form a handsome rosette. Heavily purple-stained when new, the leaves gradually fade to mid green before dying back in fall. Tall cylindrical spikes...

Image of Eucomis autumnalis photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Autumn Pineapple Lily)

Forming clumping foliage with long-lasting white to green flower spikes great for cutting, pineapple lily is a great mixed border plant. Native to the rocky hillsides and grasslands of southeastern southern Africa, this pineapple lily species is a bulbous, tender perennial distinguished by its showy flower clusters somewhat resembling pineapples with a little leafy tuft atop the flower spike.

Emerging with the warm temperatures of spring, the broad, strap-shaped leaves of this eye-catching...