This bold, summer-blooming beauty is a true conversation piece in the garden. Coral red spider-like umbel blooms give way to gray-green foliage. Unique, textured blooms are deer resistant and sweetly fragrant. Also known as Surprise lily, Lycoris radiata gets it's name from the coral-red flowers that appear after the first heavy rain in the fall and have long stamens resembling spider legs. Spider Lily blooms in the fall usually in September or October dependent upon your region. Plant in some sun but not hot afternoon sun - since it is a bulb plant, she will need a little sun during the winter months especially. Oh and foliage remains evergreen throughout the winter!