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The Crinum 'Herbertii" is a very ancient Crinum clone appearing in several variable flower forms that grow especially spicy, fragrant flowers with a penetrating pleasing fragrance that fills the summer air. The trumpet-shaped, individual flowers are white with a heavy wine striping on the front petals that form an embedded star, and a backside petal coloring that is increasingly deep wine. The bulbs are huge with age, and the wide V-shaped leaves break over from the middle, growing into huge clumps, with individual bulbs sometimes as large as a cantaloupe being famously known as: 'shovel breakers'. These bulbs in some Herbertii crinum clones are known to be cold hardy in zones 7 through 10.