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Spider Lily "Naked Ladies"

Spider lily plant called “naked ladies” because there are no leaves when the flower is in bloom. Here’s some info that might help.

(Lycoris squamigera) produces its strappy dark green leaves in spring. By summer they disappear and you see no sign of the plant until fall, when the lilac-pink flowers appear out of nowhere and grow to18 inches tall. Zones 5-10

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