- Flower nameCrinum latifolium
- Scientific nameCrinum latifolium
- AliasCrinum latifolium, ハマユウ, Crinum
- Place of originEast / South Asia
- Place of floweringSeashore
- Flowering seasonJune, July, August
What is Crinum latifolium
Crinum latifolium (scientific name: Crinum latifolium) is an evergreen perennial of amaryllidaceae (plant bulbs) nd genus Crinum native to India. It produces many lily-like flowers on the tips of flower stalks in the summer evenings. The flowers are aromatic. The plant is 100 to 150 cm tall, the leaves are 70 cm long and 4 to 6 cm wide, the flower stalks are 80 cm long, the flowers are 6 to 10 cm in diameter, and the petioles are very short. The petals are lanceolate with 6 petals, white with a reddish tint on the inside. Flower diameter is 15 cm or more.
Common name: Crinum latifolium (scientific name: Crinum latifolium, origin: India, Environment: River bed, Life form: Perennial evergreen (bulbous plant) ,Height: 100 to 150 cm, Leaf length: 70 to cm, Leaf width: 4 to 6 cm, Flower stalk length: 80 cm, Flower diameter: 15 cm, Flowering season: June to August, Flower color: white with red dots, Number of petals: Number of stamens: 6, Number of pistils: 1, Fruit type: capsule.