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Fragile by Enzo Davide on Rain Lily

Candida grows 6"-10" tall, making it ideal for rock gardens and for tucking into ground cover for extra sparkle. Most frequently found in pink form, these rain lilies are a white cultivar (the faintest kiss of pink on the inside of the petals).   Will naturalize, forming dense evergreen clumps.   White Rain Lily, White Fairy Lily or White Zephyr Lily  (Zephyranthes candida)  Full sun to partial shade in hottest areas  Hardy Zones 7-10  Height:	6"-10"  $6 for 12

Rain Lily White (Zephyranthes Candida)

Rain Lily White (Zephyranthes Candida) - cheery, versatile little blooms - so attractive to butterflies.

Zephyranthes grandiflora, PINK RAIN LILY, 1825 “Luscious as a bowl of raspberry sherbet” wrote Elizabeth Lawrence of this, “the best known of all zephyr lilies.” With grass-like foliage and rosy pink flowers on 6-10 inch stems, mostly in early summer, it was brought to the US from Central America in 1825. If you’re north of zone 8, try some in a pot, once a common sight on porches. In winter, simply set the pot dry in the basement.

PINK RAIN LILY To bloom well, rain lilies need hot summers. Though they prefer full sun and moist loam, they are very easy to grow in a wide range of conditions, even damp clay.

Diy Photo Booth, An Inexpensive Route

Diy Photo Booth, An Inexpensive Route


10 Fascinating Facts About Ladybugs

Beautiful photo of a ladybug wet with dew. Ladybugs are an incredibly helpful insect in the garden.

rain gutters used to display books-love the flags such a great way to incorporate color into her room.

10 Best Book Shelves for Kids Rooms

Rain Lily Pink (Zephyranthes Robusta)

Rain Lily Pink (Zephyranthes Robusta)

Pink Fairy Lilies - Charming clusters of soft pink flowers tall. Bulbs require same care as Gladiolus. Ideal border or pot plant.

Green Rain Garden Plant List   1. Mugo Pine  2. 'Ice Dance' Japanese Sedge  3. Coastal or Beach Strawberry  4. Blue Fescue  5. Tufted Hair Grass  6. Blue Oat Grass    Not Pictured:  7. Evergreen Huckleberry  8. Salal  9. Dagger-leaf or Sword-leaf Rush  10. 'Fireglow' Japanese Maple  11. Kelsey Dwarf Dogwood  12. 'Ice Dance' Japanese Sedge  13. Variegated Lily Turf  14. Black-eyed Susan

Using Rain Gardens to Keep Waterways Pollution-Free

rain garden for playing and nibbling with plants Mugo Pine 'Ice Dance' Japanese Sedge Coastal or Beach Strawberry Blue Fescue Tufted Hair Grass Blue Oat Grass