Thank you Monica, that is most interesting. Scott Ogden is a helpful, knowledgeable guy, has cleared up one or two of my queries over time. Ina Ina Crossley Auckland New Zealand zone 10a On 24/11/2013 1:25 p.m., Monica Swartz wrote: > I asked Scott Ogden to sort it out for me and > took notes so you'all can go relabel your pots. The giant prairie > lily, Zephyranthes drummondii (aka Cooperia pedunculata or > Sceptranthes) has very broad grey leaves, perhaps the broadest leaves > of any Zephyranthes so it is easy to ID on sight. It flowers most > often in the spring. The other common rain lily from this area is > also white night flowered (probably shares a pollinator) but it has > narrow, more typical leaves and is properly named Zephyranthes > chlorosolen (aka Cooperia drummondii). It flowers most often in the > fall but both species will flower together, especially in summer. I > hope this clears up some confusion, it did for me.