Shade tolerant amaryllids

Tue, 05 Feb 2013 10:52:30 PST
Hello Steven,
Thanks for your help. I fear that these crinums would just become too lush indoors.
The bed is quite narrow 60cms perhaps. And they would be too cumbersome. They grow outside fine anyway here.
Proiphys cunninghamii I really think is beautiful!! Where can I get it?
I certainly will plant Eucharis!
Kind regards,

> Message du 05/02/13 12:21
> De : "Steven" 
> A : "Pacific Bulb Society" 
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> Objet : Re: [pbs] Shade tolerant amaryllids
> Hello Mark I have awesome success with Crinum morei & white morei hybrids in deep shade, they look lush most of the year for me & produce loads of gorgeous flowers. Another nice Euharis like lily great in shade is Prophys cunninghamii ( Brisbane lily ) lovely rounded leaves promenant veins & beautiful flowers & bright orange seed pods, Very cool shade lover... P. S.. I couldn't kill a Eucharis if I tried they are super hardy for me & I keep them quite dry, they flower well in a dark area with dappled light..
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