Rain lilies for naturalizing
I'm thinking about planting lots of rain lilies amongst my blue eyed grass, and I'm wondering what's the best type. I want one that takes care of itself. The area gets very little compost or irrigation.
I've been investigating and there are so many types of rain lilies. Floridata recommends Z. grandiflora, which is very pink. It says this is the one that usually grows wild around old home sites and that it's often mislabeled in catalogs as Habranthus robustus. Very few bulb places have it for sale--unless they're selling it under other names. The rainlilies I see growing "wild" around the neighborhood (usually in bahia grass lawns) are white or very light pink and papery looking. It looks more like the local native rain lily but I don't think it is.
Right now I only have some yellow rain lilies with small flowers. They're almost weedy,they reseed so much, but I'm thinking they might look good in mass in the blue eyed grass.
Have any of you had any luck with low care/no care rain lilies. Which type works best for you?