Red Bog Lily. This little Crinum carries the name of the Menehune, the diminutive race of people who inhabit the deep jungles of Hawaii. It has deep burgundy-red leaves which can reach 1-2" wide and 24" long, producing deep pinkish-red flowers on dark red stalks. Flowers will be produced from early summer to fall. It has the unusual characteristic of being able to grow in water up to 6" deep, but it will also grow on high ground with adequate moisture. This plant is a hybrid and was introduced by Sean Callahan of the Hawaii Tropical Botanical Garden on the big Island of Hawaii. Grow in full sun for best foliage color and flower production.