Commonly known as “Rain Lilies” because of their propensity to burst into flower after rain,
these clump-forming bulbous evergreen perennials will flower from late December
right through to April.
The dark green, narrow, rush like leaves grow to about 30 cm tall with the dainty
white crocus like flowers appearing above them.
Rain Lilies can be planted any time of the year and are resistant to pests and diseases.
They can be used in rock gardens or as ground cover and are perfect as border and edging
plants and containers.