A native of South Africa, these Summer Hyacinth Bulbs, also known as Spire Lilies, send up spikes of lovely white flowers among dark green strap-like foliage in late summer. When many other perennials are done blooming, these bell-shaped, creamy white flowers with sturdy stems are spreading a sweet, fragrant smell around your yard or garden. And best of all, they're deer resistant. With their proper name being Galtonia Candicans, these bulbs grow between two to four feet and are perfectly suited for beds, borders, containers and as cut flowers. Plant in full sun only with medium moisture. Summer hyacinths can be left in the ground year-round in Zones 6 and warmer. In colder zones, dig up bulbs and bring them indoors. If you love the anticipation of a fresh burst of blooms in late summer, then these summer hyacinths are sure to please!
• Galtonia Candicans Bulbs, set of 12 • Bell-shaped, creamy white flowers with strong stems • Fragrant blooms • Full sun to light shade • Beautiful in beds, borders, containers or as a cut flower