Variegated Spider Lily (Hymenocallis Caribaea Variegata)
Variegated Spider Lily will add an exquisite, tropical look to any area of your pond with it's cream and green striped, strap-like leaves and the delicate white flowers that bloom in the summer months. Variegated Spider Lilies are native to the southeastern United States, Mexico, Central America, northern South America and the Caribbean. Plant your Variegated Spider Lily in containers in shallow areas of your pond with up 0 - 4 inches of water over the crown of the plant. Plants grow to 24 inches tall with 12 inch spread. Plant in full sun to part shade. Hardy in zones 7-11
Height Grows 12 - 24 inches tall
Width 12 inches wide
Sunlight Requirements Full sun to part shade (Blooms best in full sun)
Moisture Requirements Wet, with 0 - 4 inches of water above the roots
Zone Hardy in zones 7b - 10b
Plant your Variegated Spider Lily in a 2 - 3 gallon container or a fabric planting container, using loam soil. Plant if full sun to part shade and place in pond with up to 0 - 4 inches of water above the roots. Fertilize once each month with a slow release fertilizer like Waterlily World Fertilizer Tabs. Variegated Spider Lilies are considered an annual in the north, but does beautifully throughout the summer months in the north!
*Fabric Planting Containers are an excellent choice for all of your aquatic pond plants!
*Waterlily World Fertilizer Tabs are a great choice for all of your aquatic pond plants!