Sangria Crinum Lily. This relatively new Crinum originated in 1983 as a cross of C. procerum 'Splendens' x an unknown C. bulbispermum (or hybrid). Scott Ogden of Texas found this in the garden of Marcia Clint Wilson. This is probably the most cold hardy of the burgundy leaf Crinums which makes a dramatic foliar statement in the garden. It flowers in spring and fall with spikes of 18" rosy pink narrow petaled lily-like trumpets. In the Southeast where we have trouble growing the burgundy leaf Phormiums, this plant is a great substitute because a clump can reach up to t4 ft.. One can't go wrong with this perennial.