Hymenocallis eulae (Naked-Flowering Spider Lily)

Amaryllidaceae

Unlike any other spider lily, this little known, drought-resistant native bulb produces blue-green succulent leaves that emerge in late winter. After the foliage dies back in early summer, the real show occurs in late summer when “naked” flower spikes strangely burst from the ground like a Lycoris!

Available for local pick-up

Details

Zones
7-10
Attributes
Summer Deciduous
Height
18-24"
Culture
Sun
Origin
Texas, Louisiana
Available for local pick-up