Also known as rain Lily, masses of petite goblet-shaped flowers commonly appear after Summer rainfall. These beautiful plants produce a multitude of petite flowers over the warmer months, becoming dormant for Winter.
Storm Lilies are petite, so while they won’t be the flashiest bloomers in the garden, they naturalize extremely well and multiply with each passing year. They are very low maintenance and create a wonderful border around your established plants, filling in a bare spot and edges. Storm Lilies produce colourful starry flowers all Summer and into early Autumn, especially when many other plants are starting to look a bit tired.