Crinum procerum var splendens

Burgundy-colored leaves! Purple-leafed Queen Emma's lily is a real show stopper. The rich burgundy leaves are rigid and are held outright. The flowers are huge and produce an intoxicatingly spectacular display of delicate white flowers striped in burgundy. A mature clump can reach 6' across with best foliage color achieved in full-sun. This Crinum can survive the average zone 8b winter but can lose some vigor after hard winters and may not attain the same size an bloom potential as it will in zone 9. If you wish to grow it in zone 8b we recommend that you plant in a protected area and much it well if temperatures fall into the low 20s F or teens.
9a to 10
4-1/2 feet x 4 feet

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