- Flower nameZephyranthus candida
- Scientific nameZephyranthus candida
- Aliasギョクレン, 玉簾, White rain lily, Peruvian swamp lily
- Place of originSouth American countries like Peru
- Place of floweringGarden
- Flowering seasonJune, July, August, September
- Language of flowersLove without dirtiness
What is Zephyranthus candida
Zephyranthus candida or Tamasdare (Scientific name: Zephyranthus candida) is a Peruvian origin and is a bulb plant of the Amaryllidaceae family. There are bulbs in the basement. From summer to autumn, unidirectional inflorescences are stretched out from the flower stems coming out of a linear crowded leaf, and a white funnel shaped flower with a 6-deep tip is attached. Leaves are dark green and resemble leek. The genus Zephyrinusus is called by flower color. White flowers are called Thamas Dare, or Zephyrinus Candida. There are peach flower varieties called Zephyrusus Caritana. Because it is short and has a small number of flowers, many stocks are used for potted plants and ground covers.
Common name: Zephyranthus candida or Tamasdare , Scientific name: Zephyranthus candida, aka: White rain lily, Zepher lily, Peruvian swamp lily, autumn zephyrlily, fairy lily, Place of Origin: Peru, Living Type: Bulbs, bulb diameter: 2.5 cm, Stems: Upright, Plant Length: 15 to 30 cm, root root leaves, leaf shape: alternate, leaf shape: thick and slender linear shape, leaf color: green, leaf height: 20 to 30 cm, leaf width: 2 to 4 cm, leaf margin: all edges, Flower stem: hollow, inflorescence: unary / single plant, flower collar: funnel shape, flower color: white, peach, yellow, flower diameter: 3 to 5 cm, flower piece count: 6, stamens number: 6, pistil number: 1, blooming Period: June to September, fruit type: fruit diameter, fruit diameter: 1.2 to 1.5 cm, seed.