Perennial flowers for shade Southwestern Landscape to clearly Noelle Johnson Landscape Consulting. Zephyrlily(Zephyranthes candida)Native to Texas, Mexico & Central America The ephemeral white blossoms of zephyrlily, additionally referred to as rainlily, its vibrant foliage are a slightly sudden for people that live in scorching, dry climates. This is one plant actually handle the cold. Planted from bulbs, zephyrlily produces white blossoms in overdue summer time fall, in general acquire rain. Z. Candida's foliage is evergreen, & it grown most of the southern United States. Create -browsing drifts with as a minimum three growing colorful perennials, similar to angelita daisy (Tetraneuris acaulis, Zone 5) or autumn sage (Salvia greggii, Zone 7), for sizeable color . Zephyrlilies can be planted subsequent to spiky succulents, equivalent to standard sotol (Dasylirion wheeleri, Zone 6), for a pairing of different textures.Where grow: Hardy to 0 degrees Fahrenheit, or minus 18 Celsius (Zone 7)Water requirement: It's moderately drought-tolerant as soon as based; water weekly in summer time & every weeks in iciness.Light requirement: Full solar (partial in low-wilderness gardens)Mature : 6 to twelve inches tall & widePlanting notes: Plant bulbs in fall in smartly- soil that has been amended with compost at a ratio of one part compost to at least one native soil. Dig holes that are 4 inches apart & 2 inches deep, upload an all-purpose fertilizer on the of each earlier than planting.See methods to develop zephyrlilies More10 Cold-Hardy Succulents for Cool-Season InterestSee Nett publications to gardening Flowers perennial shade.
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