SPIDER MIRACLE

$19.99 each, 3 for $54.99

4.88 out of 5 based on 8 customer ratings
(8 customer reviews)
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8 1/2″ bloom, 32″ tall, Mid Season, Dormant

Want to create an impact? Consider ‘Spider Miracle’. The huge yellow blooms really stand out in the garden and the petals, which are a deep chartreuse in the center and fade to a rich yellow, are simply gorgeous. A daylily of unusual form, the petals curl under at the ends causing jaws to drop and heads to turn.  Winner of the 2006 Lambert Webster Award for Outstanding Unusual Form.

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Foliage Types

Hybridizer

Awards

Award of Merit, Lambert Webster Unusual Form Award

Zone Range

3 to 9

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  1. One person found this helpful

    Spider Miracle

    Jack Holland

    Spider Miracle is beautifully formed with luscious lemon, elegantly curved petals with a gorgeous and expansive green heart. it is a wonderful and stalwart representative of this class of daylilies.

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    Nancy

    Wow! This was my free plant and my first spider. It’s about 4′ tall (not kidding!) and the flowers are spectacular – unique and beautiful. I’m glad I put it in the back of the garden. Like others have said, you can see it from quite a distance. I want more of these.

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    Margie

    Huge bright yellow blooms that can been seen from inside our home. I love this daylily. It will finish blooming the third week of July in zone 5.

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  4. Humboldt, TN

    My “Spider Miracle” is planted a long way from our house and 2010 is the first year for bloom. Despite the distance, the huge yellow blooms are easily seen from our windows. After 1 year in my garden, this lily has only 1 tall scape, but huge blooms in clusters. The unusually-formed blooms really catch your attention and the pure yellow color is great.

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  5. Madisonville, KY

    I’ve had this plant for 6 years, and it’s still one of my favorites. Huge showy blooms, with the unusual spatulate shaped petals.

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  6. One person found this helpful

    Whitinsville, MA

    WOW!!! best describes this flower in the landscape. I had not seen it blooming when I bought it, and, while I expected the color and shape, the size of each blossom just blew me away! This is a daylily to make a statement. I

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  7. OLIVE BRANCH, MS

    This is my favorite spider daylily.The flowers are huge and the petals for me get kind of twisted which to me makes it look ever better.

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  8. Littleton, CO

    Huge, bright yellow, first year bloom on shorter scapes. Lovely spider so far.

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