Rain lily

Rain lily

Rain lilies take their name from their habit of blooming several times a season, usually following a rain. The flowers face upward, much like crocuses. They are delightful in rock gardens and naturalized in grass, and are easy to grow as house plants. Plants grow to a height of 8-12 inches.

In Zones 7-10 rain lilies can be planted in fall and left in the garden through over winter. From Zone 6 north, plant the bulbs in spring, dig in the fall and store over winter in dry peat moss, perlite or vermiculite. Plant the bulbs and 3 inches apart and 1 to 2 inches deep in full sun.

They do well in containers outdoors, but not as houseplants. Keep the soil moist moist and feed monthly with a slow-release fertilizer throughout the summer. When th

Common Name: White Rain Lily, White Fairy Lily, White Zephyr Lilies

Botanical Name: Zephyranthes candida

Exposure: Full sun to partial shade, some shade is appreciated in hottest areas

Hardiness: Zones 7-10, elsewhere lift tubers in fall and store indoors

Zones 7-10, elsewhere lift tubers in fall and store indoors

Height: 6"-10"

Color: White flowers with a faint pink wash

Bloom Time: Late summer into fall

Bulb Size: 5-6 cm, the largest commercially available!

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