White Surprise Lily
The Suprise Lily White, 'Amaryllis Belladonna' produces large clusters of sweet white flowers, which appear after the foliage has died down. The leaves remain green during winter in mild climates. Plant the bulbs of the Suprise Lily with the neck just at soil level. In climates with severe frost, plant much deeper (5-6" of soil over them). It is advisable to stake the stems before the wind damages the flowers and in mild zones, cover the crown with peat or leaves when cold weather arrives. In other areas mulch and leave in the ground. In very cold climates, the bulbs can be stored at about 55°F (13°C), to prevent the bulbs from drying out.
|Family||Amaryllis Belladonna Alba|
|Mature Height||4 - 12 inches|
|Sun Exposure||Full Sun - Partial Sun|
|Bulb Spacing||6 inches|
|Flowering Period||July to September|
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