Crinum moorei

Crinum moorei
Crinum moorei

Common names: Natal lily (English). 
Botanical name: Crinum moorei

Crinum moorei, also known as Natal lily, is a stunning plant that thrives in dappled shade. This plant, with its large, white to pinkish red, open tubular flowers, is a beautiful addition to any garden. It is a low-maintenance plant that can self-propagate and does not require frequent watering. The plant’s large bulb rests just under the soil’s surface and produces long, flat, dark green leaves and a tall flowering stalk in summer.

Uses & Benefits: medicine, wetlands

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Family: Amaryllidaceae
Type: geophyte
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