- Flower nameCrinum bulbispermum
- Scientific nameCrinum zeylanicum
- AliasCrinum latifolium, ハマユウ, Crinum
- Place of originEast / South Asia
- Place of floweringSeashore
- Flowering seasonJuly, August
What is Crinum bulbispermum
Crinum bulbispermum or orange river lily (scientific name: Crinum bulbispermum) is a hardy evergreen perennial of amaryllidaceae (plant bulbs) native to South Africa. Many stretch flower stalk in the summer evenings, such as White Lily (Fleur-de-lis) out umbellate inflorescence at the tip, funnel-shaped flowers bloom. Like grasses, seen in coastal sand and flower beds. There are glossy thick leaves are thick and long linear. From between the leaves of a stretch somewhat flat, thick stalk (stem fake). Bloom many funnel-shaped white flowers in umbels summer evening out the scape tips. Flowers will be in full bloom in the middle of the night. Entomophilous with aromatic flowers and fertilized Sparrow moths and consists of spherical fruit. Falling seeds from ripe, a dehiscent fruit, washed ashore on the beach and still drifting sea sprout. White flower is a typical garden varieties include pink flower varieties. Leaves are glossy green, long and thick is common.
Common name: Crinum bulbispermum, scientific name: Crinum bulbispermum, also known as Orange river lily, Origin: South Africa, Habitat: Pacific coastline, Environment: Sandy soil, Life form: Cold hardy evergreen perennial (bulbous plant), Herb height: 100 cm.