Crinum erubescens (South American swamp lily, String lily)
is a species of flowering plant of the family Amaryllidaceae, native to Central and South America. The specific epithet erubescens is referring to its reddish scapes.
has wide, 76 cm long, glossy-green leaves forming large clump that spreads by means of a large underground rhizomes. It will make a large colony in moist soil. The inflorescence is an umbel consisting of several showy, fragrant white flowers which open over a short period, borne on top of a 90 cm tall red stalks with red scapes.
Propagation is by division of rhizomes.