Growing Crinums in Colder Zones

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Posted by @LarryR on
If you garden in a zone that’s too cold to grow crinums, plant them in pots and treat them as you would amaryllis. They need to be crowded in their pots in order to bloom, so be sure that there is no more than an inch of space between the bulb and the pot rim. Winter them over right in their pots in a cool, dark area that remains above freezing.

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Growing crinums by valleylynn Oct 28, 2013 4:35 AM 15

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