Crocosmia Lucifer Common Name. It is native to the grasslands of southern and eastern africa, ranging from south africa to sudan. It is the most popular crocosmia variety.
The crocosmia ‘lucifer’ is a member of the hybrid cultivar crocosmia x crocosmiiflora, created.   ), also known as montbretia,  is a small genus of flowering plants in the iris family, iridaceae. Summer to fall average size:
Summer To Fall Average Size:
'lucifer is a popular variety. This lovely scarlet plant requires minimal care in the garden. The cultivar ‘lucifer’ is a fiery red flowered member of the iris family with sword shaped leaves and flower spikes rising to 1.5 m.
A Cormous, Herbaceous Perennial With A Robust And Very Upright Growing Habit Up To 1.6M Tall When In Flower.
Regarded as one of the hardiest cultivars, 'lucifer' adds a tropical flair to northern gardens. Set the crocosmia lucifer corms with the pointy end facing up. Grows in zone 7, frost resistant and hardy to cool, wet winters and hot, dry summers.
They Are Often Used By Florists In Flower Arrangements.
A bressingham hybrid, first released in 1966 by alan bloom. Type of plant, time of year, last pruning & many other factors.   ), also known as montbretia,  is a small genus of flowering plants in the iris family, iridaceae.
It Is Native To The Grasslands Of Southern And Eastern Africa, Ranging From South Africa To Sudan.
Beginning in midsummer and continuing into early fall in some climates, brilliant flame red flowers stand in rows on wiry, gracefully arched stems that are perfect for cutting. The pictures below are to give a general representation of the different container sizes. The hummingbirds and deer love it, so i grow some inside a fenced area.
Several Named Varieties Are Now Available, In A Range Of Hot Colours.
The crocosmia ‘lucifer’ is a member of the hybrid cultivar crocosmia x crocosmiiflora, created. Bright red blooms that rise on tall arching stems. Crocosmia is technically not a bul;