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Ednie Flower Bulb, Inc.

(Hyacinth, Yellow Queen Hyacinth)

A sweetly perfumed staple of the spring garden, hyacinth is a hardy perennial bulb native from southern Turkey to Lebanon. One of the few hyacinths that offer yellow blooms, this 1988 introduction originated as a sport of 'Gipsy Queen.' Its dense, cylindrical clusters of very fragrant, butter-yellow flowers are borne on fleshy calf-high stems from early to mid-spring. The out-facing, tubular blooms have six wide-flaring, back-swept lobes. A symmetrical rosette of upright, lance-shaped basal leaves...

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Jessie Keith

(Spiderlily)

The origins of this stunning spider lily are unknown. However, many experts suspect Hymenocallis ‘Tropical Giant’ to be from the West Indies. Where ever it is from, grow it for its large size, spectacular white flowers and night fragrance.

Hymenocallis 'Tropical Giant' is a clump-forming plant which has thick strap-shaped dark green leaves that arch gracefully. The leaves clasp around each other near the ground to form a false stem on top of huge bulbs. In summer, beautiful...

Image of Hymenocallis caroliniana photo by: Felder Rushing

Felder Rushing

(Carolina Spiderlily)

The pretty Carolina spiderlily is naturally distributed throughout the moist, swampy areas of the southeastern United States. It is a tender perennial bulb grown for its unusual white flowers and night fragrance.

Hymenocallis caroliniana is a clump-forming plant with medium green, short, strap-shaped leaves that arch gracefully. The rosette of leaves clasp together at the base and form an upright “false stem.” In summer, the plants produce branched clusters of beautiful, fragrant, white...

Image of Hymenocallis latifolia photo by: Grandiflora

Grandiflora

(Chrysolite Lily)

A beautiful tropical spider lily, Hymenocallus latifolia is a tender evergreen bulb grown for lush foliage and unusual vanilla-scented, creamy white blooms. It is native to South Florida and the West Indies.

(Peruvian Daffodil, Spiderlily)

The charming spider lily, Hymenocallus longipetala, is a deciduous perennial bulb grown for its lush foliage and exotic, unusual white blooms. It is native to the higher elevations of Peru and Ecuador.

A clump-forming plant, this spider lily has dark green, strap-shaped leaves that arch gracefully. The leaves clasp together at the base and form an upright “false stem.” They rise from huge bulbs that are easily dug and divided. In summer, the plants produce branched clusters of beautiful,...

Image of Hymenocallis narcissiflora photo by: Jesse Saylor

Jesse Saylor

(Basket Flower, Peruvian Daffodil)

Peruvian lilies are tender, bulb-forming perennials native to the Andes of Peru and Bolivia. They are grown for their spectacular white flowers that are fringed and fragrant.

This clump-forming plant has thick strap-shaped dark green leaves that arch gracefully. The leaves clasp around each other near the ground to form a “false stem”. In summer, beautiful fragrant white flowers, which look like a cross between a daffodil and spider lily, appear. These have a fringed cup in the middle surrounded...

Image of Hymenocallis x festalis photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Peruvian daffodil, Spiderlily)

This garden variety spider lily is a hybrid between Hymenocallis longipetala and Hymenocallis narcissiflora. It is a deciduous tender perennial bulb grown for its exotic frilly white flowers and handsome green foliage.

A clump-forming plant, this spider lily has dark green, strap-shaped leaves that arch gracefully. The leaves clasp together at the base and form an upright “false stem.” In summer, the plants produce branched clusters of beautiful, white flowers held above the...

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International Flower Bulb Centre

(Spiderlily, Zwanenburg Peruvian Daffodil)

This spider lily is a garden hybrid between Hymenocallis longipetala and Hymenocallis narcissiflora. It is a deciduous tender perennial grown for unusual frilly white flowers and handsome green foliage. The cultivated variety ‘Zwanenburg’ is vigorous, large and the blooms are huge.

A clump-forming plant, this spider lily has strap-shaped dark green leaves that arch gracefully. The leaves clasp around each other near the ground to form a false stem on top of large bulbs. In...

Image of Ipheion uniflorum photo by: Felder Rushing

Felder Rushing

(Spring Starflower, Springstar)

This small, colonizing, cold-hardy bulb from south-central South America produces carpets of starry flowers early in the year.

The thin, grassy, green to gray-green leaves appear in fall. In late winter and early spring, six-petaled, pale lilac-blue flowers are borne singly on short stems, attracting bees or early season butterflies. The garlic-scented foliage disappears in summer. Plants spread vegetatively and by seed to form large drifts.

Grow this charming bulb in full to partial...

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James Burghardt

(Tritoma, Wisley Blue Spring Starflower, Wisley Blue Springstar)

Producing a charming, starry flower show in mid-spring, Wisley Blue starflower bears pretty light lilac-blue blossoms. A clumping perennial that grows from small bulbs, it is deciduous by summertime and hails from Argentina and Paraguay.

The thin, strappy foliage is green to blue-green and looks like grass or lilyturf. In midpsring short stems rise above the foliage and bear starry, six-petaled flowers that are light lavender, attracting a bees or early season butterfly. By midsummer the foliage...