Crinum

This group consists of about 130 tender bulbs native to warm regions such as the southeastern U.S, South America, the Caribbean, South Africa, and tropical Asia. The bulbs of these plants are quite large; many grow several inches in diameter with long bottlenecks. The plants somewhat resemble their relative, Amaryllis Belladonna. Crinums (comm...
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Crinum

Cri'num (krī'nŭm) noun [ New Latin , from Greek kri`non lily.] (Botany) A genus of bulbous plants, of the order Amaryllidace√¶ , cultivated as greenhouse plants on account of their beauty.
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Crinum

• (n.) A genus of bulbous plants, of the order Amaryllidace/, cultivated as greenhouse plants on account of their beauty.
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Crinum

Crinum is a genus of bulbous plants belonging to the family Amaryllidaceae. The crinum have strap-shaped leaves and flowers are borne in umbels, and are mostly fragrant and brightly coloured. There are numerous species found in Asia, Australia, South America, and certain parts of Africa, and interesting hybrids have been produced by European garden...
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Crinum

Crinum is a genus of about 180 species of perennial plants that have large showy flowers on leafless stems, and develop from bulbs. They are found along the sides of streams and lakes in tropical and subtropical areas worldwide, including South Africa. Crinum leaves are basal, typically long and strap-shaped, with colors ranging from light green t...
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