Hi Gang, I have a gardening friend here in Houston who grows a red-leaved Crinum in a seasonally flooded pool. The bulb is underwater 6-8 months each year. The leaves reach high above the water surface, but the bottom of the bulb is typically 2-15 inches below the water line. I guess this is C. procerum 'Splendens', but don't really know for sure. I guess C. procerum is a form of C. asiaticum, but again I'm not sure. So, here is the question. Does anyone else grow a red-leaved Crinum under aquatic or semi-aquatic conditions? Cordially, Conroe Joe rain today, after 6 weeks of no rain.