Texas Rain Lilly

 
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Thsi si a Texas Rain Lilly. Only comes out when it rains and then the next day its gone. Smells just like an Easter Lilly, but way smaller.

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bdavy - Sep 10, 2008 04:41 PM EDT
I love this picture, years ago I had a flower box of what was called a "rain lilly" do you know where they can be purchased?
A.Lovely - Feb 26, 2008 11:27 AM EDT
What an inviting photograph. Nice coloring and clearly captured.
Guest - Sep 10, 2007 04:36 PM EDT
hi marshall
Guest - Sep 10, 2007 04:36 PM EDT
i like this flower
Guest - Mar 15, 2007 11:37 PM EDT
These little flowers are wonderfully fragant. I had some that popped up in my backyard this year. My husband thought it was a weed. When I saw it I thought if this is a weed I don't care I want to grow these. I went to the natural gardener and I saw something similar to it. I asked the lady working there if these were native to texas and she said this are not and I said I have something similar to this growing wild in my backyard. She said, " what you have is a rain lilly!" I was so happy to know this was not a weed but and actual flowering bulb. What a wonderfull little find in my own backyard. I have transplanted them so they would not get mowed over and now I can enjoy them for a long time.
Guest - Oct 17, 2006 05:48 PM EDT
Was told that these lillies are rare. Will they last thru winter in richmond.
Guest - Oct 18, 2005 07:37 PM EDT
It is a beautifull flower i hope more will be coming out soon.
Guest - Aug 19, 2005 12:20 AM EDT
Our weathercaster featured these a few days ago. I never knew what they were called. You did a great job of showing their beauty.
Guest - Nov 01, 2004 03:32 AM EDT
Nice Shot. In additions to the Lillies, I like the background clouds and the little fly/bee heading in. Very nice and alive.

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