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Spider lily advice

Posted by jscaldwell Zone 8a/8b, TX (My Page) on
Mon, Oct 21, 13 at 11:52

I have a dozen or so spider lily bulbs that have been sitting in my garage refrigerator for a while that need to get planted. When/where is the best place to plant? I have heard they work well under trees so they get winter sun but summer partial shade. I assume fall is a decent time to plant but would like to hear from others who have had luck with these in central Texas.

Also, do you think storing them in the fridge for several months could have ruined them? I think I did that because I read that they could be stored in a cold, dry, dark place... Thanks for any thoughts.

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RE: Spider lily advice

Hi - I too am in Texas, z 8.
I plant mine in sun and part shade.
They, do just fine and multiply!
So, start planting. lol Good luck, Mistee :))

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