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Crinum Ellen Bosenquet is a hybrid crinum, a cross created years ago by a Florida gardener and named for his wife. This crinum flowers in a deep rose to crimson shade, blooms in the blistering heat of summer and offers up a spicy scent that is almost too good to be true. One of the toughest in this clan (a group in the Amaryllis family), Ellen Bosenquet is a colony forming crinum, spreading to form showy patches of lily-like blooms on tall, straight stems. The flowers are excellent for cutting.
|Botanical Name:||Crinum Ellen Bosenquet|
|Common Name:||Crinum lilies, swamp lilies, bog lilies|
|Growing Zones:||Grow in zones 4-10 in containers; winter hardy in zones 6b and warmer|
|Sun/Shade:||Full sun to part sun; afternoon shade in hottest regions|
|Flower Color:||Rose purple|
|Plant/Bulb Size:||20+ cm in circumference (a tennis ball is 21cm)|
|Bloom Timing:||Mid June through most of the summer|
|Pkg. Count:||1 very large, pear-shaped bulb|
|Product info, photos and tips:||Crinum Planting Guide|
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