AKA white spider lily, these exotic white flowers bloom high above the leaves. Expect stunning and delicate flowers for the fourth of July. Individual flowers are great for cutting. But I really love the upright, glossy leaves on these bulbs. We ship two golf-ball-sized bulbs with living roots per order.
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Growing Conditions: Grows in full sun but also thrives in part shade. Thrives in regular garden soil. Tolerates flooding.
Flowers: Delicate white blooms named for the thin membrane stretching between the thin petals. The blooms add great texture to the garden and reach about 3 feet tall in August.
Leaves: Foliage is much more compact than a Crinum and looks like a glossy Amaryllis leaf. Neat, elegant 3-foot tall clumps slowly get wider and wider, so be sure to give it a little space and divide it as time goes on.
How To Plant: Full sun, varied soil types. Plant about 4 inches deep.
Where To Plant: Plant in dry baking compacted soil or in a ditch that floods. Great for ditches or ‘hell strips’ and compacted soil. Florida Native.
|Dimensions||15 × 4 × 3 in|
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