- Flower nameCrinm jagus
- Scientific nameCrinum jagus dandy
- Place of originGuinea
- Place of floweringGreenhouse, Subtropical region
- Flowering seasonJune, July, August
What is Crinm jagus
Crinm jagus or St. Christopher lily, scientific name:crinm jagus, is an evergreen perennial (bulbous plants) in the Amaryllidaceae family, native to Guinea. In summer, long flower stalks emerge from between the sword-shaped leaves, and at the tips of these stalks, large white flowers similar to those of Crinum asiaticum grow in umbels inflorescences and bloom.
Common name: Crinm jagus or St. Christopher lily, Scientific name: crinum jagus, Habitat: Guinea, height: 60-90 cm, Leaf length: 70 cm, leaf width: 10 cm, leaf shape: Sword-shaped, flower-shaped umbels, flower diameter: 6 cm, flowering colour: white flower June-August, note: poisonous plants.