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White Wildflower Gallery
Liliaceae - Lily family
Crow Poison (False Garlic) Nothoscordum bivalve
White clusters of 1/2" wide flowers on 6-10" tall stalk. Long narrow leaves at base. The bulb does not have the onion/garlic smell or taste. These bulbs grow in large colonies.
Photos taken in Taylor County, Texas, March 2005
(Native of Texas - Taylor, etc.)
Amaryllidaceae - Amaryllis family
Evening Rain Lily Cooperia drummondii (Cooperia chlorosolen, Zephyrantes chlorosolen)
Flower about 1" wide sits on top of a single stalk about 12" high. Small leaves at the base. Flower grows after spring and summer rains. Three lobed seed pod is about 1/2" wide.
Photos taken in Taylor County, Texas, August 2005
(Native of Texas - Taylor, Coleman, Brown, Coke)
Prairie Lily (Hill Country Rain Lily) Cooperia pedunculata (Zephyranthes drummondii)
Very similar to Cooperia drummondii but slightly larger and the three inner petals often do not flatten out (tulip shaped). Leaves 6"-12" long and 1/4" wide. Plant 5"-9" tall.
(Native of Texas - Brown)
pink or red wild lily garden lily
Yucca Blue-eyed Grass