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Crinum graminicola ("Grass Lily") is native to the grassy plains of the High Veld of South Africa. It is summer growing and deciduous. In cultivation in the Northern Hemisphere, it blooms in mid to late summer, mid-Jul into August. It is characterized by very broad, semi-recumbant leaves and a relatively short scape, 10 to 16 inches tall. The flowers are 2¾ to 3" across the face and 5" long.
To give an idea of the foliage as well as the variation from plant to plant, a group of three plants are shown:
Other images and information on Crinum graminicola at: [Amaryllids]
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