This is the common 'ditch lily' that some gardeners shun. They've been here for
about 70 years, contained by mowing. I was stunned By their height when
I noticed them blooming at the back corner of the house.
The tallest point measured 54 inches.
Another of my old goodies. I know it has been here for more than 50 years.
Millikan 1979. 26" Height, Early Mid Season, 6" Bloom, Semi evergreen
Stout Silver Medal 1989
In my garden for more than 10 years. I spread them around like marmalade
to bloom after daffodils have gone, with yellow roses and white lilies.
Today's obligatory dark Swallowtail-on-Lantana.
Pawpaws are blooming. I hope to see Zebras soon.