A flower for hurricane season

A flower for hurricane season

Spider lily flower. Photo by Frankie Gould/LSU AgCenter

Surprise! There was a hurricane, and these lilies might be telling you about the weather.

Have you ever noticed the beautiful red flowers that just seem to pop up out of nowhere in late summer, usually in August and September? Their bloom just so happens to coincide with hurricane season, and that is how they earned their name hurricane lily.

If you are looking for great texture, showy single blooms and fall color, this is the bulb for you. These flowers make great cut flowers because of their large, unique bloom on a single, long stem. Ranging in colors from red to white to yellow, they make a gorgeous addition to your landscape.

 

 

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