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Ask the Expert:What flower is this?
I found this flower growing in some dense brush and though i want to trim the brush I wasnt sure if doing so would hurt the flowers as they seem to like the shade.. DJ Dicey
Plant Expert Reply:
I believe this delicate pink flower is a Hurricane Lily (lucoris radiata) also known as a red spider lily.Â These beautiful flowers are perennial and will live in full sun or partial shade areas.Â So you can cut back the brush and the lilies will be ok.Â These lilies usually pop up right before hurricane season (late September - October).Â The flowers usually last a week or two and then leaves will appear. By next summer the leaves will die back. Then the whole process begins again.