Plant Details: Rain Lily
6 - 10
The species is native to marshes and bogs from Argentina to Uruguay. Very hardy and in zone 7b can remain evergreen through mild winters. The foliage is dark green, narrow and erect more rush-like than our eastern natives. In September it produces pure crystalline white flowers. Grow in sun or part shade and with consistent moisture or water regularly during the growing season. The foliage can take temperatures down to 15 degrees F with no damage. This tough species can be used in mass plantings, in rock gardens or partially submerged in the bog garden. TOXIC WHEN EATEN!!! VERY EASY TO GROW!!!
Plant Growing Conditions
We require a minimum of bare 3 bulbs please. These bulbs are fully mature or FS (flowering size)or NFS (near flowering size) meaning with in one season of flowering.
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