Hymenocallis Littoralis

The flower looks like daffodils except for the delicate spider-like petals. Prefers rich, well-drained soil, most thrive with boggy conditions. Tolerates sandy or clay soil.

Common Name - spider lily

Additional Info

It requires sunlight to partial shade for proper growth and blooms from mid-summer to late autumn with white flowers

A truly amazing plant that can tolerate the broadest possible range of growing conditions. It can grow in water, in wet boggy areas, as well as dry areas. The lovely white flowers have long narrow reflexed petals behind a central cup. Several flowers are carried on each sturdy 70-90 cm. stem. Stamen filaments are green, and narrow petals have a thin membrane between them, which probably explains the origin of its scientific name.