Thursday, July 2, 2015

String Lily


I almost let other plants crowd out String Lily at the bird bath.

I moved one plant to the front into a bed with daylilies which are now out of bloom and some Purple Heart which makes a good companion for anything that blooms white.



This is not my favorite Crinum but it's certainly in second place. It is a native plant. C. americanum sends out little stolons, so has to be watched near a lawn or the babies get nipped.


7 comments:

  1. I don't know that one , fragrant ? Very pretty .

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  2. The size of the Crinium (probably C. asiaticum) I occasionally see here has always intimidated me but I love this one in your garden, especially planted with the purple heart.

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  3. What a pretty lily!

    Have a nice holiday weekend Jean ~ FlowerLady

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  4. Crinums don't grow in my climate, so i'm only familiar with them from blogs like yours -- but this variety is new to me. I find them charming. -Jean

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  5. Very pretty! Crinums aren't hardy here at all but I wish they were.

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  6. As with the persian shield, loving the purple foliage crimums.

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