Plate 2: C. hildebrandth

Figure 2 Fig. 2: Crinum hildebrandth. This Crinum was identified as a sessiled flowered C. crassicaule by Gordon McNeil, but it apppears to be a form of Crinum hildebrandth common to Madagascar and north costal KwaZula (Natal). It desires a humid location. The tepals are near 8 mm. wide and the subsessile pedicels up to 2-3 cm. long.