Amarcrinum Bulbs – Howardii

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Amarcrinum howardii (Crinodonna) The Crinodonna is a lovely cross between Amaryllis Belladonna and Crinum moorei. It blooms with magnificent pink flowers during late summer, excellent for planting in borders and large containers.

The long-necked bulb produces arching strap-like foliage and, in late summer, 10 to 15 large, iridescent pink trumpets appear on each tall, thick flower stalk, blooming until frost. Flowers have delightful, honeysuckle-like fragrance.

Amarcrinum Bulbs – Howardii Amarcrinum bulbs are an exciting cross between the amaryllis and the crinum bearing funnel-shaped, lily-like flowers over soft green, strap-like leaves. Flowers July-October.

Feed your Amarcrinum bulbs monthly and reliably watered during spring and summer. Hardy down to -5C , these plants may require additional protection of horticultural fleece in more severe weather. Avoid disturbing once established.

Amarcrinum howardii (Crinodonna) The Crinodonna is a lovely cross between Amaryllis Belladonna and Crinum moorei. It blooms with magnificent pink flowers during late summer, excellent for planting in borders and large containers.

Amarcrinum memoria-corsii (Crinodonna) – An evergreen bulb that is the result of the intergeneric cross of Crinum moorei and Amaryllis belladonna.

Amarcrinum memoria-corsii (Crinodonna) – An evergreen bulb that is the result of the intergeneric cross of Crinum moorei and Amaryllis belladonna.

Amarcrinum Howardii, Hardy perennial. For best results, Place in a warm sunny position where the soil stays reasonably dry during the winter. Well-drained soil is essential and a cover of light mulch on top of the ground will be helpful.

Amarcrinum Howardii, Hardy perennial. For best results, Place in a warm sunny position where the soil stays reasonably dry during the winter. Well-drained soil is essential and a cover of light mulch on top of the ground will be helpful.

The long-necked bulb produces arching strap-like foliage and, in late summer, 10 to 15 large, iridescent pink trumpets appear on each tall, thick flower stalk, blooming until frost. Flowers have delightful, honeysuckle-like fragrance.

Amarcrinum Bulbs – Howardii Amarcrinum bulbs are an exciting cross between the amaryllis and the crinum bearing funnel-shaped, lily-like flowers over soft green, strap-like leaves. Flowers July-October.

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Feed your Amarcrinum bulbs monthly and reliably watered during spring and summer. Hardy down to -5C , these plants may require additional protection of horticultural fleece in more severe weather. Avoid disturbing once established.

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