Rain Lily/lilly is a tropical wildflower best known by the name Rain Lilies, which was given due to their tendency to bloom after a hard rainfall. These petite charmers are perfect for filling in bare garden spaces as they gently naturalize and weave through established plants. The Crocus-like flowers which arrive in various bright shades require minimal care to stay stunning from late summer into early fall. Tufts of outward-spreading, narrow, grass-like green leaves surround the flowers for an irresistibly lush display. Try our Rain Lily Bulb.
Number of Bulb in a packet – 1
- Colour – Varied
- Type – Outdoor
- Feed – VermiCompost for nutrients every week, Seaweed once a month for greener leaves and Epsom salt for better blooming once a month.
- Watering – 3 times a week
- Sunlight – Full sunlight
- Germination Time – 1 week
- Flowering time – 15-30 days
- Suitable Temperature – 15°C – 20°C
- Season – Annual
- Sowing – Rainy season
- Harvesting – 1 month
HOW TO GROW
- Take a Growbag and fill it with Cocopeat.
- Make ½ inch deep hole and sow the bulb.
- Cover the roots of the bulb lightly with Cocopeat and spray with water.
- Water 3 times a week.
- The bulb will germinate within a week.
- Full sunlight is required.
- The flowering time is 15-30 days.
- Take a Medium Size Pot and add a Potting Mix.
- If planting in the soil add Neem Cake Powder, VermiCompost and Seaweed.
Botanical name: Zephyranthus
Hindi: Baarish Lily Phool (बारिश लिली फूल)
Tamil: Mazhai Lily Malar (மழை லில்லி மலர்)
Telugu: Varsam Lilie Puvvu (వర్షం లిల్లీ పువ్వు), bulbd
Kannada: Male Lili Hu (ಮಳೆ ಲಿಲಿ ಹೂ)
Bengali: Bistri Lilira Phula (বৃষ্টি লিলির ফুল)
Marathi: Pā’ūsa kamaḷa phlŏvara (पाऊस कमळ फ्लॉवर)
Malayalam: Mala Tamarapu (മഴ താമരപ്പൂ)