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(King's Flower, Pineapple Lily)

Named for its pineapple-like, bract-crested flower spikes, this summer-flowering perennial bulb is native to South Africa. The spires of yellow-green, purple-edged flowers appear in summer above a lush clump of handsome, strap-like, light-green leaves.

This surprisingly hardy plant does well in fertile, well-drained soil in full sun. It likes dryish conditions during its winter dormant period. Grow in containers or mixed borders or for cut flowers.

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International Flower Bulb Centre

(White King's Flower, White Pineapple Lily)

Named for its pineapple-like, bract-crested flower spikes, this summer-flowering perennial bulb is native to South Africa. The spires of yellow-green, purple-edged flowers appear in summer above a lush clump of handsome, strap-like, light-green leaves.

This surprisingly hardy plant does well in fertile, well-drained soil in full sun. It likes dryish conditions during its winter dormant period. Grow in containers or mixed borders or for cut flowers.

Image of Eucomis comosa photo by: International Flower Bulb Centre

International Flower Bulb Centre

(Pineapple Flower, Pineapple Lily)

This summer-growing bulbous perennial from eastern South Africa is grown for its bold, often strikingly marked leaves and its showy flowers.

Emerging in spring from a large egg-shaped bulb, the wavy, light green, broadly strap-shaped leaves form a handsome rosette. The leaves - which die back in fall - often have purple markings or flushing. Tall cylindrical spikes of star-shaped white or pinkish flowers are borne on stout fleshy stalks (scapes) in summer. The scapes are often purple-flecked....

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Terra Nova Nurseries, Inc.

(Oakhurst Pineapple Lily, Pineapple Lily)

A selection of the South African native Eucomis comosa, this bulbous perennial is grown for its bold colorful leaves and its showy flowers.

Emerging in spring from a large egg-shaped bulb, the upright, purple-bronze, broadly strap-shaped leaves form a handsome rosette. The leaves die back in fall. Tall cylindrical spikes of star-shaped pink flowers are borne on stout fleshy burgundy-purple stalks in summer. A frilly crest of purple bracts overtops the flowers (giving rise to the common...

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James Burghardt

(Pineapple Lily, Sparkling Burgundy Pineapple Lily)

Native to South Africa, pineapple lilies are bulbous, tender perennials which are distinguished by their showy flower clusters somewhat resembling pineapples. The selection ‘Sparkling Burgundy’ features dramatic, dark purple foliage which adds a bold splash to summer containers and gardens.

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

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James Burghardt

(Giant Pineapple Lily)

Forming clumping foliage with tall, long-lasting pale green flower spikes great for cutting, giant pineapple lily is a great mixed border plant. Native to the rocky hillsides South 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 perennial form a large, fountain-like...

(Pineapple Lily)

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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Jesse Saylor

(Dwarf Pineapple Lily)

Forming compact clumping foliage with long-lasting white to green flower spikes great for cutting, the pineapple lily is a great mixed border plant. Native to Malawi in southeastern 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 low flower spike.

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

Image of Freesia photo by: International Flower Bulb Centre

International Flower Bulb Centre

(Freesia)

Freesia is a genus of about 15 species of perennial, bulbous plants grown for their showy, fragrant flowers. All are endemic to southern Africa. Freesias are popular commercial cutflowes, garden and houseplant favorites and many are grown for their fragrant oils that are extracted from the flowers and used for scenting perfumes, lotions and candles.

The plants have green, narrow leaves that are linear or sword-shaped and clustered. Only a few leaves arise from the bulbous corms (bulbous,...

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(Bellerina Freesia, Freesia)

Freesia is a genus of about 15 species of perennial, bulbous plants grown for their showy, fragrant flowers. All are endemic to southern Africa. Freesias are popular commercial cutflowes, garden and houseplant favorites and many are grown for their fragrant oils that are extracted from the flowers and used for scenting perfumes, lotions and candles.

The plants have green, narrow leaves that are linear or sword-shaped and clustered. Only a few leaves arise from the bulbous corms (bulbous,...