Map info: Provinces are highlighted according to phytogeographical areas as used in the Flora of Thailand project.
Additional notes: The Plant List has Crinum × amabile is a valid name however according to The Pacific Bulb Society it was named as a species but is now understood to be a hybrid of C. zeylanicum × C. asiaticum. C. × amabile has upright fountain of foliage to 4-5'/1.5 m of broad shiny medium green leaves with a prominent whitish mid rib on the underside. Plants growing in full sun sometimes show a wine tinting on the youngest growth in the center, but this fades rapidly as the leaves expand and older leaves only have pigment on the very base and stem. Scapes are variably pigmented depending on the light conditions & flower pedals are bright wine red on the outside and pink striped with narrower paler stripe down each edge.