Between theory and practice, there is sea. When the summer ends, the amazing amarrilis (ancient Greek: Αμαρυλλίδα), known also as the sea’s lily, starts appearing. Other names for that are Pancratium maritimum, Seadaffodil, Sand Lily.
Beautiful flowers in the shape of crown, white flavors and big ones with yellow anthers.
It is one of the most exotic, tufts ashore the Mediterranean Sea. It is a rare plant but it is decorative, a real adornment of the nature.
It sends forth in the winter, in the summer its leaves desiccate and from the bottom of the hot boiling sand its blooms are generated again.
Its blossoms open hesitatingly before the sun goes down in order to reach their peak during the night.
Its tiny black and fluffy seeds sail on sea, which moves them far away until the time it wash them ashore where they will transplant.