Crinums - are any reverse striped?

davidrt28 (zone 7)March 9, 2013

Many, many crinums have a characteristic pink or magenta stripe down the center of the petal. Are there any with the reverse - i.e., a pink petal with a white stripe down the center? IIRC there are a few Amaryllis belladonna with that pattern, but I'm a little too cold for those.

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donnabaskets(Zone 8a, Central MS)

I googled pink crinums with white stripes and this popped up. It's very pretty.

Here is a link that might be useful: Whtie crinums pink stripes

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