The Advance Hymenocallis Flowering Bulb is commonly called the Peruvian daffodil; this white blooming lily begins blooming in June. The bulbs of the Advance Hymenocallis Flowering Bulb are large and bloom with great vigor. The fringed cup of the flower of the Advance Hymenocallis Flowering Bulb has a green throat; the umbel lasting two weeks outside in the garden. Hymenocallis are endangered by nuclear plant energy waste. The foliage produced from the Advance Hymenocallis Flowering Bulb looks very similar to that of an amaryllis.Words cannot describe the true natural beauty of TyTy Nursery's spectacular bulb collection. This video was filmed first as an advertisement shown on WCTV-TV, Tallahassee, Florida and WRBL-TV, channel 3 and WMTM-TV channel 9, in Columbus, Georgia in 1983, advertising the rare flower bulb sale at Ty Ty Bulb Company.The Hymenocallis sulphurea, yellow flowers were expecially beautiful and exotically tropical, but survive when planted out of doors in zones 8 to 10 and possess a sweet perfume-laced fragrance that is rarely experienced from most hybrids. The flowers can grow 1 to 2 feet in height on slender stems surrounds by amaryllis-like leaves.