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Family: AMARYLLIDACEAE 

 Crinum bulbispermum
 
  
Author:  Edgar Wolston Bertram Handsley Milne-Redhead  & Herold Georg Wilhelm Johannes Schweickerdt 1939
Family:  Amaryllidaceae
Habitat:  Orange River valley, South Africa
Soil:  Peat or Mix
Water:  Maximum
Sun:  Maximum
Thickness:  6 centimetres
Height:  1 meter
Flower:  Pale to Dark Pink
Reproduction:  Seeds/Bulbs
Pop names:  Orange River lily, Vaal River Lily, Hardy Swamplily
Synonyms:  Amaryllis longifolia Linaeus 1753. Amaryllis bulbisperma Burm.f. 1768. Crinum longiflorum Herb.1837
   This member of the Amaryllidaceae  family was given this name by Edgar Wolston Bertram Handsley Milne-Redhead  & Herold Georg Wilhelm Johannes Schweickerdt in 1939. It is found in the Orange River valley, South Africa, growing in peat or a well drained soil with plenty of water and sun. The bulb will grow up to six centimetres in diameter, the whole plant can reach one meter in height. The flowers are from pale to rather dark pink.