Peruvian Daffodil or Spider Flower

Peruvian Daffodil or Spider Flower (78124)

4.70 stars, based on 10 reviews
Unusual but beautiful, the Ismene Festalis (also call Peruvian Daffodil) looks almost to delicate to touch! This flower is known for their unique design and fragrance. These 4-inch flowers are borne atop 2-foot, leafless flower stalks in midsummer....
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Odessa, Tx

Beautiful

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Absolutely beautiful with a light fragrance. I loved them so much I bought 10 more from Holland Bulbs. They are prettier in mass. I have ordered from them for years because I receive the bulbs as scheduled and have never had issues with their products.

Beautiful Flower

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Originally I purchased only 2 bulbs and these bloomed beautifully, overnite. Sweet scent and intricate flowers with nice foliage afterwards prompted me to get 9 more. Although I was taking a risk putting them in the ground so late, they came up! All of them. Four bloomed so far starting yesterday. Stunning addition to the garden. Easy to grow and the rabbit did not touch them. Highly recommend.

Gardening in: Zone 5

Oklahoma City

Beautiful flowers

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I had been looking for these certain kind of Daffodils for some time. Luckily i found them here on your website. They arrived in great shape, the price was good and the information sheet provided was informative.

Peruvian daffodil spider flower

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Excellent bulbs, growing nicely! Can’t wait to see them full grown!

Peruvian Daffodils

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I ordered 3 sets of 3 bulbs. I received them in a timely manner and planted them as recommended. 8 of the 9 bulbs grew and are thriving. They are planted as a cluster and are healthy and beautiful green. The one bulb did not grow at all. I have not dug it up to see what happened as it would disturb the grouping. I am very happy with the ones that grew and look forward to their beautiful blooms.

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