Plant name: Pink rain lily
Botanical name: Zephyranthes grandiflora
Flowers & Foliage: Large, pink, open-faced, lily-like flowers (to four inches) with white throats bloom in summer. Flowers appear singly atop upright stems rising 10- to 12-inches tall above a tuft of outward-spreading, narrow, green, strap-shaped leaves. Flowers flatten out as the day progresses, eventually closing in the evening. Plants in the genus Zephyranthes are sometimes commonly called rain lilies or rain flowers because they often burst into bloom immediately following periods of significant rain.
Plant type: Bulb
Height: 0.75 to 1 foot
Native range: Northern Mexico and Guatemala
Sun: Full sun to part shade
Information and image courtesy of Missouri Botanical Garden (mobot.org/gardinghelp/plantfinder)