Some of you know it as Belladonna Lily, others — as Jersey Lily, or maybe March Lily. Naked-lady-lily? The scientific name of this flower is Amarylis belladonna. "What's in a name? That which we call a rose by any other name would smell just as sweet," Shakespeare said. It is totally about our beauty.
Belladonna Lily originates from South Africa. Probably, that is why it is quite drought-tolerant. In its natural habitat, it grows among rocks. The stem is leafless and can be of purple or green color. It grows up to 2—3 feet (60—91 cm) tall.
The color range of the flowers is white, yellow, red, or pink. It is trumpet-shaped. This flower also obtains a prominent fragrant that is frequently used in perfumes. The blooming may last for a few weeks or even months.