Hailing from South America but thriving in USDA Zones 7a to 9b, Zephyranthes flavissima, commonly know as the Yellow Rain Lily, is a vigorous and very easy-to-grow species that forms a clump of grassy, glossy green foliage from which rise stems bearing golden-yellow star-shaped flowers. Flowers begin appearing in mid to late spring continuing to early fall. looms mid-spring through midsummer. Native to Argentina and Brazil, it is found in pastures, meadows and along riverbanks and even growing in standing water, so give it a consistently moist soil and it will be happiest. Very nice around garden ponds or rock gardens and as a fine textured and color accent in containers. Anyone can grow this cutie and she'll reward you with months of summer cheer! Get all the details below!