Any tricks for getting copper lily to thrive?
We've had a small group of copper [rain] lilies (Habranthus tubispathus) dwindle over the past few years. Photo shows a lone flower after the recent rains put up among no other signs of vegetation. Have started some from earlier seeds, but they also seem to have stagnated in the pot. Has anyone been able to convinced these Texas natives to thrive in blackland prairie clay? The non-native white rain lilies (zephyranthes candida) seem to naturalize very well around here (DFW).