Pacific Bulb Society BX 382

Steven Hart
Thu, 30 Jul 2015 16:26:45 PDT
Hi Brian, Cooperia is an old name, Z. drummondi is the same plant, an
interesting feature of Zephyranthes drummondi that makes it easy to tell,
is it has a nice feint perfume, not so common in Zephyranthes.

On 31 July 2015 at 00:18, Brian Whyer <> wrote:

> > Cooperia drummondii (Zephyranthes chlorosolen) - “Prairie Lily” a form
> with
> > blue-green leaves and white flowers.
> Do I assume this item is the same as the plant in the wiki identified as
> Zephyranthes drummondii, or are there several forms and/or species that are
> similar?
> I grow a plant under the wiki name that fits this description and came
> from NARGS seed in 2011, with leaves around 15" long by 1/4" wide and a
> pink/violet flush near ground level, and to the flower reverse. It is the
> most desirable (to me) of any of the miscellaneous rain lilies I have grown
> from seed over the years, and is presumably the same as the wiki form. It
> seeds freely for me and hopefully comes true.
> Brian Whyer, UK
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Steven : )
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