Spider Lily (Lycoris)

Red spider lilies ©HIROSHI H - stock.adobe.com
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Zones: 5 to 10
Light: Full Sun / Part Shade
Height: 12″ to 24″
Spread: 6″ to 8″
Bloom Time: Late summer
Flower Color: Red, yellow, white, pink

Spider Lilies are fragrant, deer resistant, drought tolerant bulbs that have red, yellow, white or pink flowers.

The beautiful blooms pop out of the ground in late summer with no foliage and last for about 2 weeks.

Once the plants have finished flowering, the leaves appear in late fall and stay in the garden until late spring when they die back.

Plant the bulbs 5″ deep and 8″ apart in their forever home. Spider Lilies don’t like to be transplanted.

They will multiply over time and should be dug up and divided every few years.

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