White Peruvian Daffodil or Spider Flower


Posted by deer resistant gardener | Posted in flowers, Hymenocallis | Posted on 03-03-2010


White hymenocallis festalis. Unusual but beautiful, the Ismene Festalis (also call Peruvian Daffodil) looks almost to delicate to touch! This flower is known for their unique design and fragrance. These 4-inch flowers are borne atop 2-foot, leafless flower stalks in midsummer. Each stem may hold 2 to 5 flowers, which are white with green stripes. The leaves are straplike and may be up to 2 ft long. Each bag comes with 2 bulbs.

  • Sunlight: Full Sun Full Shade
  • Considered Deer Resistant: Yes
  • Flower/Plant Spreads over time: Yes
  • Beautiful Fragrance: Yes
  • Good for Containers: Yes
  • Can be grown indoors: Yes

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