Alabaster Blooms

UPDATE:

I just found out that it’a Giant Spider Lily (Crinum asiaticum). 

I don’t low the name of this plant; it was here when we moved in twenty-five years ago, but it blooms every summer and the fragrance is strongest after the sun sets.

How about helping me solve the mystery — if anyone knows what it is, please let me know!

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11 thoughts on “Alabaster Blooms

  1. I was just going to tell you that it’s a Crinum–looks like a hybrid. It’s a beautiful flower. My mom used to grow them. There are lots of varieties now. Enjoy. Lucy

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