The Ruby Stars Crinum bulb begins flowering in June, and the flowering sequence will repeat several times until the late Fall. The best use for Ruby Stars Crinum is as a cut flower with blooms that are long lasting and perfect for the 4th of July banquet table. Unlike many Crinum plants, the Ruby Stars cultivar grows a flower that opens flat and wide, opening during the late afternoon and is very fragrant.• The Ruby Stars Crinum bulb is an improvement over many of the original Herbertia types; it produces more defined color and longer lasting blossoms. The flowers of the Ruby Stars Crinum Lily are perfect for dark locations. The bulbs of this Crinum can weigh up to 25 pounds. These beautiful Ruby Stars Crinum Lily bulbs will brighten up your landscape and attract friends and family. It is an amazing thing to watch the flower stem of the Ruby Stars Crinum plant appear overnight and within a day or two is crowned with a number of bright milk and wine colored flowers.
• The delicate petals of the Ruby Stars Crinum are slightly reflexed and are affixed to a trumpet shaped flower of pure white that is striped in midpetal with wine-red bands that are tapered from the bloom center to the pointed tip of the petal with a captivating fragrance distinctively pleasant to the senses.