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Carol Bucknell Garden Design added this to Plant Profile: Magical Rain Lilies12 Feb 2017

Landscape ideas Plant in front of a low hedge to disguise the trunks of hedging plants, in rock gardens or in a narrow side garden. Use rain lilies as an alternative to mondo grass as a ground cover around pavers, or around the base of larger plants. Rain lilies make excellent container plants. However, in colder areas pots may need to be moved out of sight as they can be semi-dormant (leaves die down) in winter.Tell usDo you have rain lilies in your garden? Tell us how they perform for you, and share photos of your plantings in the Comments.MoreRead more gardening tips

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darshanshetty007 added this to landscape27 Nov 2018

Plant at a Glance Common name: Rain lily, magic lily, fairy lily, Peruvian lily Botanical name: Zephyranthes candida

Don & Susan Reiter added this to Reiter19 Jul 2018

While Zephyanthes are lovely, they are only around for a very short time. Here's some info on them: LOVE White plants as they glow in the moonlight

Carol Lansen added this to Casa Sonora9 Jul 2018

this seems like what we might be envisioning

Peggy Lawler added this to Gardening7 Jul 2018

white rain lily, drought hardy for our area, evergreen in winter

celton added this to 1425 Front Yard23 Apr 2018

white rain lily--Create natural-looking drifts with at least three plants growing alongside colorful perennials

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