Facts on the Spider Lily
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The spider lily, also known as the crinum lily, is a member of the Amaryllidaceae family and bares a strong resemblance to the daffodil flower.
The spider lily is a fast grower that can reach a height of 5 feet. The flowers are fragrant at night and bloom from summer through fall. Colors range from white, pink and red to striped and multicolored.
In the continental United States, the spider lily is hardy in Zones 8 to 10, the three hottest. It is also hardy in Zone 11, which is in Hawaii.
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