Some people call this African Hosta but it’s actually an amazing drought tolerant lily groundcover for the shade!
Growing Conditions: Light to heavy shade. Dry to moist soil. Thrives under the edge of shrubs.
Flowers: From April, through October, white flowers – just 8 inches tall but impressively showy – stand up tall.
Leaves: In early March, leaves emerge. Black/burgundy spots on emerald background make this a plant to appreciate up close.
How To Plant: Bulbs can be in the ground but sometimes they choose to grow on top of the ground; even through the winter.
Where To Plant: A tough, reliable ground cover, this plant works anywhere.
Our Bulbs: Golf ball sized bulbs. We ship a big clumps (as shown) including one big mother bulb and lots of small bulbs for $22