Delivered to you in March / April
A tender bulb, closely related to the Gloriosa (the Flame Lily of Southern Africa and India). These are neither as tall nor such good climbers with only small tendrils on the ends of the terminal leaves on which to hook themselves. Late to emerge from the soil but in flower for many weeks, even months, with bright orange lanterns (which if you wanted to, last ages as cut flower too). They must be overwintered dry and probably somewhere warmer than the greenhouse or shed. A good conservatory plant too.
A tender bulb that must be overwintered dry and probably somewhere warmer than the greenhouse or shed, A good conservatory plant too.
Height climbing to 3’ (90cm)