This Crinum has a unique structure of long, slender, deeply wrinkled, green leaves that can extend up to four feet in length. Leaves start off growing upward at a slight angle from the bulb, but quickly produce an assortment of curls and loops. For aquascaping purposes, a single full-grown plant can provide a strong focal point. The unique growth pattern and leaf texture provide an interesting visual contrast to typical groupings of stem plants. Despite its slow growth pattern, it requires fairly high light levels and will benefit from CO2 supplementation. Large, healthy plants will eventually produce a number of daughter plants circumferentially around the bulb.