Hymenocallis occidentalis Spider Lily 1gallon

$12.00
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Hymenocallis occidentalis (Spider Lily) bulbous perennial;. White, unique "spider-like" blooms in summer . Rare in the trade.  Native from Florida to Indiana. Needs partial shade and moist soil (Zone 5-9)
1gallon size available

Reviews

  • 5
    Hymenocallis

    Posted by James Denzler on Mar 21st 2023

    These are the most exceptional plants that I have ever received thru mail order. I have no doubt that they will thrive. Thank you.

  • 4
    so happy to find these!

    Posted by Hilary Chiz on May 2nd 2020

    ...that said, they were smaller than I thought, but I still have great hope for the three spider lilies I am now babying.

  • 5
    HYMENOCALLIS OCCIDENTALIS

    Posted by Tosha on Mar 18th 2020

    Very beautiful specimen and very carefully packaged!! Got it in the ground as soon as it came in the mail. The shipping was quick as well. Thank you so much again!!

  • 4
    spider lilies bulbs came in great condition

    Posted by Joe on Nov 8th 2016

    The 3 bulbs came packaged very well with a large root mass with each bulb. New growth appeared after 1 week.

  • 3
    I know your there!

    Posted by Unknown on Oct 31st 2016

    To soon to tell, I see leaves and know it's there growing! Can't wait for this one! I will be the envy of my garden club and send referrals!! Received a healthy plant!!

  • 5
    Hymenocallis occidentalis

    Posted by Unknown on Oct 31st 2016

    This plant is rarely offered by any nursery. The plant specimen provided was green, vigorous and healthy. This is the second plant of this offering purchased for a different trial location in my garden. The plant arrived in Colorado within four days of shipment in excellent condition. It was well and carefully packed for shipment. I would shop for even more rare plants were they available.

  • 5
    Hymenocallis occidentalis

    Posted by Green Gardener on Oct 27th 2015

    I learned quite by accident upon visiting this site that there was a Hymenocallis native to the Midwest and Plains area that I could purchase by mail order to trial in my Colorado garden. I was even more surprised to learn that this plant was available in a gallon size and at this low price. I was very pleased with the plant upon its arrival in size, condition and appearance.