How to Grow Crocosmia Lucifer
Derived from Greek, krokos, meaning saffron and osme meaning smell, Crocosmia 'Lucifer' is a highly desired plant in many gardens. Apart from its attractive looks, its leaves resist insects and its flowers attract hummingbirds. The 'Lucifer' flowers are...
Crocosmia (montbretia) is a small genus of flowering plants in the iris family,
Iridaceae. ... Cultivars. 'Lucifer' (Crocosmia curtonus) scarlet ...
Regarded as one of the hardiest cultivars, C. 'Lucifer' adds a tropical flair to
northern gardens. Beginning in midsummer and continuing into early fall in some
'Lucifer' is an Alan Bloom hybrid (Crocosmia x Curtonus) which has flowers and
foliage that are similar to gladiolus. A clump-forming plant that features tubular, ...
For two years in a row I've ordered and received crocosmia "lucifer" corms from
American Meadows. I've followed planting directions closely. Last year I ordered
(Crocosmia 'Lucifer'). kro-KOZ-mee-ah. Genus: Crocosmia. Abundant eye-
catching, brillliantly red, tubular flowers appear in midsummer atop bold, slightly ...
Crocosmia Lucifer blooms in summer with brilliant, hummingbird attracting scarlet
-red flowers on arching stems. Plant Crocosmia Lucifer bulbs (corms) in spring ...
Cousins to the gladiola, these are hardy plants that produce clumps of green
sword-shaped leaves, with tall, arching spikes of funnel-shaped blossoms ...
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