Your favorite crinum?
My old milk and wine crinums are stopping traffic this year. I have had them three or four years and this year, they are really hitting their stride. I particularly love them because they get going just as my daylilies are petering out. My crinum lust is in full swing, but I am running out of space.
So, what is your absolute favorite crinum, based on length of bloom and re-bloom season? I have never seen a picture of a single one I don't like, but if it has to be staked or babied, I'd like to know that.