White Rain Lily
Plant them by the hundreds! Evergreen, needle-like leaves grow into a tight mat, keeping out most weeds. White cup-shaped flowers, about the size of a shot glass, emerge all summer — usually after rain.
Zephyranthes candida has been in the US for centuries. Sometimes you see it naturalized along roadsides in the weeds. It’s related to our native, Atamasco lily, which isn’t nearly as tough and easily grown.
Shade to sun, this little bulb also tolerates flooding. And like many plants in the amaryllis family, it’s deer resistant.
We ship 25 large (well for them) bulbs per order.
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