The Queen Emma Crinum hybrid bulb is a very large plant with flowers and bulb clumping characteristics that are very similar to the Green leaved Crinum asiaticum. The deep magenta coloring in the flower stems is shiny, reflective and exotic, and at the top of each flower stem forms 20 or more spidery, slender, pink petals that drastically reflex backwards into an arc. The flowers appear in giant umbels with drooping clusters measuring over a foot in width with a stunning, spicy aroma that abundantly fills the air as the summer temperature rises.• Sometimes the Queen Emma red flower stalk is covered with twenty or more pink flowers bloom intermittently. The Queen Emma Crinum bulb is huge in size and the wine-red leaves are exotically centered with a depressed mid-vein that runs the entire length of the leaf, and the spider-like flowers are evenly spread into an impressive symmetrical umbel. Furthermore, this wonderful bulb has been erroneously referred to as the 'Crinum augustum.'
• The Queen Emma Supreme Crinum Lily bulb has two flower stems can appear at once on highly colored leaves. The fragrant flowers are centered with six wine-tapered recurred stamens that are capped with butter yellow pollen sacs. The red foliage of the giant Queen Emma Crinum lily bulbs will illuminate your garden, when the flower stem bursts into bloom.