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SCARBOROUGH LILY - Cyrtanthus elatus (many previous synonyms including Vallota speciosa), the Scarborough lily, is a bulbous flowering plant which originates from the C...
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|Cyrtanthus elatus (many previous synonyms including Vallota speciosa), the Scarborough lily, is a bulbous flowering plant which originates from the Cape Province of South Africa. Other common names are fire lily or George lily.|
* Cultivated varieties of the Scarborough lily have flowers which may be bright red, orange, yellow, or occasionally pink or white. The stems can grow to a height of up to 2 feet. They are relatively easy to grow in a warm, sheltered, frost-free spot. Alternatively, they can be grown under glass in pots. They require either full sun or slight shade. They flower in late summer or early fall.
* The Latin specific epithet elatus means “tall”.This plant has gained the Royal Horticultural Society’s Award of Garden Merit (confirmed 2017).