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Darling Lily

Crinum flaccidum

Description:

A large Australian native bulb with a long neck which produces flowering stems to a height of 45 to 60cm with 6 to 12 delicate white or cream flowers that opens widely in a star like form up to 15cm across in summer/autumn. The foliage consists of a few narrow, channelled leaves that tend to flop on the ground and die back in summer or during long dry periods. Good plants for the milder climates, they look well in flower against a background of



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2831, New South Wales, Australia

Lat: -30.55, Long: 145.73

Spotted on Jan 27, 2011
Submitted on Feb 9, 2012

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