Crinum scabrum

John Bryan
Thu, 21 Sep 2006 09:29:49 PDT
Dear Joe:
Crinum scabrum = C. zeylanicum, from tropical Asia and E. Africa.
Cheers, John E. Bryan

Joe Shaw wrote:
> Hi Gang,
> I've tried to figure out "what the heck" C. scabrum is and "where it comes
> from."
> I've run across a few dead ends (Brazil, Ceylon, etc.).  Please jump in if
> you understand C. scabrum, or just have ideas about it.
> C. scabrum is a lovely plant and a true garden workhorse, but I'm not sure
> "what is" and "what is not" C. scabrum.  Perhaps all the C. scabrum types
> are variations on a theme but not quite the same thing.
> Cordially,
> Joe
> Conroe, TX
> Nights cooler of late, under 70 F for sure.  Crinum bulbispermum Jumbo
> hybrids will rebloom in a while if there is no killing frost in the next 2-3
> months.
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