Mexican Lily is a flowering perennial herbaceous plant native to northern Mexico. This plant is also widespread in Venezuela, Bolivia, and Brazil.
Other common names for Mexican Lily are Yucca-leaved Beschorneria and Hippeastrum Reginae. The plant has soft, sword-shaped leaves that can grow up to 20 in (50 cm) in length and are bluish-gray in color. The blossoming stems reach 6 ft (2 m) in height. Mexican Lily blooms from August till September with red, bright pendant flowers.