Eucomis ENVY (Pineapple Lily) Bulb,Elegant,Tropical .
Give your garden a tropical look this year,Great in beds, borders and containers.Eucomis Coco is a dark leaf pineapple lily that emerges dark maroon in the spring. As it ages the foliage fades to a dark bronze. The flower spikes are large and a light pink color. Mature plant grow to 2 to 2 1/2 feet tall. Grow in full sun well drained soil mulch insulate in zone 6 hardy to zone 7 and up.
- common name of Pineapple Lily.
- Plant Family: Eucomis - Pineapple Lilies
- Characteristics: Cut Flowers, Showy
- Plant Type: Bulbs, Perennials
Fragrant South African native, is a must have for every garden and patio! Tropical, fleshy leaves with flower spikes that appear to be miniature "pineapples" at the top of each stem. Flowers begin opening from the bottom up and have a perfect star shap to them.
- Magnificent deep rose-pink flowers grace stems that are shorter than 'Can-Can' and with darker-colored seedpods late into the season. Zone 7-11, colder with winter mulch. 24 Inches. August/September Flowering.
Hardy to USDA Zone 6 to 7 with an insulating mulch or lift bulbs to store in a frost-free location. (We have bulbs against our house, Zone 7/8, in a slightly raised bed, protected from our winter rainfall of 50+ inches.) Sent to you bare root, plant our large, heavy bulbs after danger of deep frost is past and soil begins to warm (e.g. May in Seattle), spacing 6 to 10 inches apart, covered with 4 inches of fluffy, amended soil. If desired, light mulch after top growth begins.
Bulbs are all large size that either flowered this past summer or are expected to bloom when transplanted back into the garden. Flowering stems begin very tiny and continue to expand throughout summer. Eucomis are long-lived and although they prefer to be left undisturbed, offsets can be detached from the mother bulb in fall, taking an additional two years before the babies flower. Bulbs are guaranteed true-to-name, not for failure to bloom first summer, loss due to overwatering or over wintering.