Habranthus tubispathus AGM

Habranthus tubispathus AGM

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Description

Rain lily with vibrant yellow-orange flowers.

These rain lilies are named due to their nature of firing up flowers as soon as the heat of summer turns to September rain. They start firing up flowers in quick succession and flower in to October. With 15cm stems the flowers stand high above the fine foliage and make for a great show. These have been said to not be hardy although we disagree as we have been growing them out side in alpine containers for the last 12 years so they passed our test just requiring a free draining substrate in a sunny spot.

This autumn flowering bulb comes from South America with is superb orange flowers and half hardiness, this is great for a sheltered position or in your cold greenhouse/alpine house.

Flowering: Late Summer

Hardiness: Hardy – if in free draining soil

Height: 15cm

Spread: 10cm

 

Common Name: Barbados Snowdrop / Rain Lily / Rain Lilies /  Crocus Lily / Tube-spathed Zephyr Flower

Life Cycle: perennial

Family: Amaryllidaceae

Foliage: linear

Basic Colour: ( orange )

Flower Colour:  orange

Natural Flowering: September

Winter Hardiness: Fully Hardy

Height with Flowers: 15cm

Soil Requirements:  average / moist / dry / well-drained / sandy

Soil ph:  alkaline / neutral

Location:  container / rock garden / Mediterranean

Usage: ornamental

Pruning: keep dry in summer and moist through winter

Tolerates: drought tolerant

Origin: USA – Texas / Caribbean / South America

Additional information

Weight 100 g
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Description

Rain lily with vibrant yellow-orange flowers.

These rain lilies are named due to their nature of firing up flowers as soon as the heat of summer turns to September rain. They start firing up flowers in quick succession and flower in to October. With 15cm stems the flowers stand high above the fine foliage and make for a great show. These have been said to not be hardy although we disagree as we have been growing them out side in alpine containers for the last 12 years so they passed our test just requiring a free draining substrate in a sunny spot.

This autumn flowering bulb comes from South America with is superb orange flowers and half hardiness, this is great for a sheltered position or in your cold greenhouse/alpine house.

Flowering: Late Summer

Hardiness: Hardy – if in free draining soil

Height: 15cm

Spread: 10cm

 

Common Name: Barbados Snowdrop / Rain Lily / Rain Lilies /  Crocus Lily / Tube-spathed Zephyr Flower

Life Cycle: perennial

Family: Amaryllidaceae

Foliage: linear

Basic Colour: ( orange )

Flower Colour:  orange

Natural Flowering: September

Winter Hardiness: Fully Hardy

Height with Flowers: 15cm

Soil Requirements:  average / moist / dry / well-drained / sandy

Soil ph:  alkaline / neutral

Location:  container / rock garden / Mediterranean

Usage: ornamental

Pruning: keep dry in summer and moist through winter

Tolerates: drought tolerant

Origin: USA – Texas / Caribbean / South America

Additional information

Weight 100 g
Climate

,

Flowering season

,

Height

Planting area

,

Position

,

Flower Colour

48 reviews for Habranthus tubispathus AGM

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  1. Patrice Perissat (verified owner)

  2. Jonathan Howell (verified owner)

    Excellent plants, excellent service. I am a regular customer.

  3. Linda McWilliam (verified owner)

  4. Pamela Rose (verified owner)

  5. Christine M. (verified owner)

  6. Ann (verified owner)

  7. Carol (verified owner)

    Difficult to comment as plant is still young and not in bloom but quality is very good

  8. Evie (verified owner)

  9. Vivienne (verified owner)

  10. Bren P. (verified owner)

    strong healthy plant

  11. Phil A. (verified owner)

    Excellent value

  12. Geoff Bennett (verified owner)

  13. Roger Fitton (verified owner)

  14. Maggie (verified owner)

  15. Christine Jinks ( Mrs ) (verified owner)

    Roots look fine but not yet in growth

  16. Scott Maloney (verified owner)

  17. MARTIN CARRIER (verified owner)

  18. Hilary Wagstaff (verified owner)

  19. Ann N. (verified owner)

  20. Sharon G. (verified owner)

  21. Martin C. (verified owner)

  22. David Orwin (verified owner)

  23. Elsie G. (verified owner)

    another new one

  24. Barbara Barber (verified owner)

    All plants lovely

  25. Alex (verified owner)

  26. Anonymous (verified owner)

    Good

  27. Philip (verified owner)

  28. Anonymous (verified owner)

    Dormant, so cannot comment.

  29. Beth Costes (verified owner)

  30. Jo (verified owner)

  31. Joy (verified owner)

  32. Marysa N. (verified owner)

  33. Glen Travell (verified owner)

  34. tony britton (verified owner)

    Good job thank you.

  35. Susan M. (verified owner)

  36. Rob (verified owner)

    Wanted for a while and missed the boat on availability a few times. May thanks for supplying it.

  37. Judith (verified owner)

  38. Richard M. (verified owner)

  39. Ian Morley (verified owner)

  40. Carol (verified owner)

  41. Lesley P. (verified owner)

  42. Anonymous (verified owner)

    Not many leaves and smaller than expected

  43. Anthony Hoofe (verified owner)

  44. Jill (verified owner)

    healthy plants arrived in good condition and now slowly growing

  45. Tom MacLeish (verified owner)

  46. Richard Moore (verified owner)

  47. Aevrial Adams (verified owner)

  48. MARTIN CARRIER (verified owner)

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