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Rain Lily

Zephyranthes

Description:

White flower on an upright stalk blooming wild in a yard after rain. The yard was noted to have several of these plants but they are still considered to be volunteers rather than planted by the owner.

Habitat:

Sunny yard in the tropical south after the start of the rainy season.

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2 Comments

1Sarah2
1Sarah2 11 years ago

Thanks! I just never would have come to that conclusion going down the path I was. But now I know.

alicelongmartin
alicelongmartin 11 years ago

These are not onions or chives, they are native rain lilies, that is if you are talking about the flowers. They come up when it rains.

1Sarah2
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1Sarah2

Madeira Beach, Florida, USA

Spotted on Jun 29, 2011
Submitted on Jun 29, 2011

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