Question: It seems like my spider lilies have disappeared. Why might that have happened?

Answer: Sometimes it’s because they have frozen. Spider lilies are best adapted to the southern two-thirds of Texas. If the soil freezes for a prolonged period, the bulbs may be lost. Otherwise, they have few demands. They need dappled sunlight and moist, highly organic soils. Given those conditions, they should bloom each fall.

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