Wonderful picture from Grady of one of our native wildflowers, the Purple Pleat-Leaf Alophia drummondii. Sometimes called Pinewood Lily. This flower loves our sandy soil, and can be found blooming from April – June, in part shade. Since it doesn’t make a great cut flower, best to enjoy them where you see them; flowers remain open a very short time. In fact, they tend to wither by the noon heat. If you should want to move them into your garden, you need to sow seed in the fall.