Recent rains have been appreciated by the Pink Rain Lilies (Zephyranthes rosea).
I counted up to thirteen blossoms within a 2 square foot area. There are other smaller patches scattered about the garden, but this is the largest grouping.
The bulbs are happy with the rain, even after losing much of their foliage due to rust. The leaves are returning and will eventually form a six inch tall, grass-like mat across the area.
And there are even more blooms on the way.
And the Zephyr Lily (Zephyranthes 'Labuffarosea'), another flavor of rain lily, is also blooming.
These tend to have a much paler pink color to their flowers, shading almost to white.
The blossoms do not last very long, but its always a nice surprise to discover them in the garden after a rain.