Answer: Cardiocrinium gigantum is native to the Himilayas and Tibet. It has the potential to grow to 12' tall with 1 1/2'long strap-like leaves and fragrant 6" long white flowers striped with red inside. This plant is commonly sold as 'Easter Lily' in the U.S.
General care tips include keeping the plant cool during the growing season (50F during the day), give it bright light but not direct sunlight, keep the soil moist at all times and mist the leaves occasionally. Reduce watering as the leaves turn yellow and the stems die down, keeping the soil just barely moist. In the autumn, repot the bulb in fresh potting soil, keep it moist and in a cool, dark place. When shoots appear, move the plant to a brightly lit spot.
Your plant will not produce viable seeds, but will produce offsets from the bulb which can be separated and planted in their own pots.
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