Rain Rain Rain! Good for Spring Crinum Blooms

One thing we can thank the rain for is the over abundance of beautiful crinum blooms from the farm this year.  Take a look at some of the images from several weeks ago!  We have just sent our newsletter as well, so if you’re on the Bulb Hunter newsletter list, standby for another e-mail from us.  We hope your bulbs are doing great for you!

 

Milk and Wine lilies (Crinum x herbertii)

Milk and Wine lilies (Crinum x herbertii)

Crinum Rose Parade

Crinum ‘Claude Davis’

Crinum 'Burbanks White Queen'

Crinum ‘Burbanks White Queen’

Me with Crinum 'Burbanks White Queen'.

Me with Crinum ‘Burbanks White Queen’.

Me with 'Burbank's White Queen.'

Pink spring blooming crinum.

Unknown tall white crinum.

Beautiful tall Crinum ‘Diane Welch’–bred by Greg Grant!

Crinum 'Carol Abbott"

Crinum ‘Carol Abbott”

Me with Crinum 'Carol Abbott".

Me with Crinum ‘Carol Abbott”.

Crinum 'Sacremento'

Crinum ‘Sacremento’

Crinum 'Bradley'

Spring blooming pink crinum.

Me with Crinum 'Bradley'.

Me with pink crinum.

Unknown white crinum

Unknown white crinum

Milk and wine lily from flower down to bulb.

Milk and wine lily from flower down to bulb.

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