Rain lily plants produce adorable blooms following rain showers. Growing rain lilies is not difficult when the right conditions are available to the plant. These plants are reliably hardy in zones 7-10. Gardeners in colder growing zones can still enjoy these plants in containers, where they perform reliably as border fillers. The plants grow from three to eighteen inches tall, and bloom from summer until frost depending on the variety! The foliage is grassy and bright green, and tends to have a prostrate habit. An individual flower will only last a few days, with the heaviest flush of bloom occurring first. The bulbs may bloom occasionally throughout the rest of the season, especially after a heavy rain. Grown here at Creekside Nursery in a one gallon container.