Crinum campanulatum BULB (Amaryllidaceae). It is a large to small, bulb that often forms clumps when well established. They are mainly summer growing plants with a dormant period in the winter. They are able to survive permanent water or waterlogged soils as well as seasonal dry spells. The leaves are perennial; four to many, green, with or without a prominent midrib, narrowly channelled to strap-shaped. The flowering stem is up to 1 m long. The flowers are borne in terminal clusters, nodding, with a long, slender tube and are white or a rose pink to deep rose as they mature. These bulbs are flowering size.