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Amarcrinum Crinodonna
Amarcrinum Crinodonna
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Amarcrinum Crinodonna is a genetic cross between Amaryllis Belladonna and Crinum Moorei. They have 10-16 funnel-shaped light pink blooms which are wonderfully fragrant. Blooms late summer until frost. Will over-winter in zone 7 and above, but great for containers if your winters are colder than zone 7. Said to be deer-resistant. These make multiple offsets – bulbs get huge like any other crinum; however, unlike many other crinums this one remains evergreen.

Size: 22-24 cm. bulbs
Plant: 1 Per 2 Sq Ft
Bloom Time: Late Summer to Frost
Planting Depth: Plant with neck of bulb just above soil level
Height: 24"
Zone: 7-10
Exposure: Sun / Partial.

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