NCBG Seeds Atamasco Lily
The Atamasco-lily produces a showy white lily-like flower, three to four inches across, in the springtime. It is seen growing in rich wet woodlands and meadows. Its underground bulb also produces several flat, elongated leaves. The genus Zephyranthes is named after Zephyrus, who according to Greek mythology was the west wind and husband to Chloris, the goddess of flowers.