Zephyranthes atamasco (Linnaeus) Herbert is a spring flowering species of the southern United States (Virginia to Florida and west to Alabama) usually found in swamps and damp clearings. Broad grassy foliage appears in winter and plants go dormant in summer. The white flowers are very large. Zephyranthes are unobtrusive, summer-flowering bulbs that can fit in any garden, with a flower color range from yellow to white to pink. The great thing about zephyranthes is the lack of large foliage that often accompanies many other spring-flowering bulbs.