Zephyranthes: Zephyr Flower or Swamp Lily
This is known as the Zephyr Flower or Swamp. The can be grown in light, sandy, well-drained in a sunny position, where they produce narrow, strap-shaped leaves and erect, funnel-shaped, -like flowers.
The best known species is Zephyranthes candida, with shining white petals and showy, bright yellow anthers. When established it will bloom freely in September and October. Zephyranthes carinata has large, bright rose flowers in June. In rather open positions a covering ofor straw during the winter will protect it from frost damage.
Similar treatment should be given to Zephyranthes robusta, the leaves of which appear after the delicate pink flowers in July and August.