Zephyranthes Lily, Rain Lily (Pink) - Bulbs (set of 10)
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Zephyranthes can be deciduous or evergreen bulbous perennials, with linear leaves and funnel-shaped or crocus-like flowers in spring, summer or autumn.
Leaves are a deep glossy green and measure 3 mm wide. Flowers, which at first resemble a new leaf, but emerge from their papery sheaves to a stunning whiteness; they are erect in perianth.
|Common Name||Rain lily, Autumn zephyr lily, Peruvian swamp lily|
|Height||Up to 20 cm|
|Bloom Time||After fall|
|Difficulty Level||Easy to grow|
- Plant 5cm deep in any moderately fertile, moist but well-drained soil
- Protect from winter wet
- Generally disease and pest free
- If you want to store the bulbs store in a dry place
|Sunlight||Full sun to part shade|
|Watering||Medium. Apply just enough moisture to keep the soils from totally drying out.|
|Soil||Medium wet loamy to sandy soil|
|Temperature||Minimum 10 degrees Celsius and above|
|Fertilizer||Use any organic fertilizer.|
Zephyranthes Lily care
- Plant zephyranthes bulbs in a place that receive full sun
- Dig holes and plant the bulbs 1-2 inch deep and 6 inch apart
- Sow bulbs into a hole made with your finger or the end of a stick
- Poke, drop, cover
- After planting, water well, gently soaking the soil and settling it around the bulbs
- Germination will begin in 10 to 15 days
- Rain lilies are happiest with little moisture during spring and summer, with a bit more water late in the season to trigger flowering
- Plant the bulbs immediately and do not store for long time
Zephyranthes Lily special feature
Its star shape attractive flowers increase the beauty of any empty space.
Zephyranthes Lily uses
- Effective in border fronts, rock gardens and along paths or sidewalks.
- The star shape flowers are mostly used for ornamental purpose in garden, balcony, terrace, etc.