Pineapple Lily (Eucomis Comosa) - 1 Bulb/Pkg
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Pineapple Lily (Eucomis comosa) is an ornamental perennial plant. It’s growing from a large bulb, which is often purple in color. The leaves form a basal rosette, and are 12 – 31 inches long by 1 – 4 inch wide, with a smooth, slightly wavy-margin. The leaves usually have purple spots and may have an overall purple tinge. The flower, a raceme, appears in summer and is borne on a stem 16 – 24 inches tall. Individual flowers have stalks 15–20 mm long. The tepals are whitish to purple, the ovary always purple. Most plants have a pleasant coconut-like scent. The inflorescence is topped by a head of bracts, often purple-spotted or tinged like the leaves. Persistent purplish seeds prolong the ornamental effect of the blossom.