• Asiatica Purple Crinum Lily - 72144
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Asiatica Purple Crinum Lily

#72144
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$11.98
Was: $29.95
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1 Bulb per package
4.69 stars, based on 16 review(s)
Ship Season: Spring

The unique Asiatica Purple Crinum Lily will sure to WOW you!  The purple foliage will add a beautiful contrast to any garden or container.  The purple foliage is offset with white/purple spider-like blooms.  Plant in your garden bed or in a container to add some tropical interest to your garden!

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Beautiful plant

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I am extremely impressed with the size of the plant when it arrived. Can’t wait to see it bloom.

Purple Crinum Lily

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Very nice large bulb over a foot long. Already showing some growth very nice deep purple.

Asiatica purple crinum lily

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She is slow growing but, will have bloom after bloom when perennialized! I have her in a cypress pot and she seems to be very happy there as there is a tiny bit of new growth beside her. =]

Texas

Love this!

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  • Add vertical element to my flowerbed
  • Add color
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Super pleased with purchase, very big bulb for a good price. Bulb, plus stem, is at least a foot long and about 4" in diameter. Planted in ground for 2 weeks (April '21) and is showing growth. Will wait to see the foliage, but pretty sure I'll be back for another.

Crinum - waiting for it to grow

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The bulb arrived quickly and it was a much larger than I imagined . I dug a sizable hole in the yard and planted the bulb a few weeks go and so far I don't see any signs of growth. We are having a colder then usual Spring here in the SF Bay Area so that might account for its lack of activity . I think the coming week we will see more normal temps and I'm hoping I'll be able to offer some updates