An Update Through Photos and Special Offer

Hello all! Below is an update through photos.  We are full of Crinum “Milk and Wine” lilies so at the end I mention a special offer.  We’re all looking forward to the fall!

The Family Snow People - by Bobby Green

The yellow spider lilies are coming into bloom in Houston Texas (Lycoris aurea)

The Family Snow People - by Bobby Green

On air with Beverly Welch and Linda Gay of the The Arborgate, and joined with Heidi Sheesley of Tree Search Farms!

The Family Snow People - by Bobby Green

Red spider lilies (Lycoris radiata) and yellow spider lilies, also called surprise lilies and hurricane lilies!

The Family Snow People - by Bobby Green

Good combination of perennials with spider lilies. Here we have Salvia Henry Duelberg with homestead purple verbena.

The Family Snow People - by Bobby Green

Fall blooming Lycoris make exceptional displays!

The Family Snow People - by Bobby Green

Another great combination for spider lilies is to mix them in with regular old lirope. Here they are combined with a variegated liriope under a crapemyrtle–great combination!

The Family Snow People - by Bobby Green

Milk and Wine lilies are the perfect addition to any late spring garden and their foliage makes a nice bold statement all summer long!

The Family Snow People - by Bobby Green

Milk and Wine lilies are harvested and ready to be sold for $10 each for a limited time only!

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