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Tropical Red Leaf Bog Lily (Crinum 'Menehune') 2" Potted Tropical Marginal Plant

Tropical Red Leaf Bog Lily (Crinum 'Menehune') 2" Potted Tropical Marginal Plant

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Add a splash of vibrant color and elegance to your pond with the Tropical Red Leaf Bog Lily. Known for its stunning red-tinged leaves and delicate white flowers, this tropical marginal plant is a must-have for any aquatic garden.

The Tropical Red Leaf Bog Lily, scientifically known as Crinum 'Menehune,' features long, sword-shaped leaves that range from green to deep red, adding a striking contrast to the water's edge. In summer, this plant produces clusters of fragrant, star-shaped white flowers that bloom atop tall, sturdy stems, attracting butterflies and other pollinators to your pond.

Ideal for planting along the pond's edge or in shallow water, the Tropical Red Leaf Bog Lily thrives in full sun to partial shade. It can grow up to 24-36 inches tall, making it a beautiful focal point in your aquatic landscape. This plant is also easy to care for, requiring regular watering and occasional fertilization to promote healthy growth and abundant blooms.

*sold as a 2in pot

Scientific Name: Crinum 'menehune'
Height: 1-3'
Spread: 1'
Light Requirements: Full sun to part shade
Water: Moist soil - 6" of water above roots
Hardiness zones: 7 - 11

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