A Toast with Sparkling Burgundy in the Garden

Looking great in the garden this week is Eucomis comosa ‘Sparkling Burgundy’, seen here with a couple of North American natives, Thuja occidentalis ‘Concessarini, and Physocarpus opulifolius ‘Summer Wine’. Eucomis ‘Sparkling Burgundy’ was one of our first Plant Delights/JLBG introductions in 1997 and since that time we have introduced over 1,440 new plant species, cultivars or hybrids to horticulture. Our tireless efforts to trial new plants in the Southeastern United States as well as our breeding program have transformed the shape of gardens throughout the region and the world.

Eucomis ‘Sparkling Burgundy’

3 thoughts on “A Toast with Sparkling Burgundy in the Garden”

  1. Sarah Brecher

    Splendid planting. Here at Bellingrath, we do have small plantings of these, though not nearly as lush as yours. I imagine it has to do with receiving inadequate irrigation that they survive, but are not thriving.

    Beautiful plant!

  2. I still have mine (in my Louisville, Ky. garden) that was given to me by Allen Bush 26 years ago. A great cut flower as well. Thank you for making this selection!

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