I love lilies! Every year when they are marked down at the end of the season (bulbs) I buy some. Often the package shows a variety of colors leaving me not knowing what color would come out after planting. Much to my surprise, there were 2 of my favorite colors! I get to enjoy them in bloom for up to a week before they fade. Photos will always show the beauty of life of my new found surprise!
My garden in York, SC
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This is a picture of a beautiful Lily in my garden. I have a lot of flowers blooming now, but I love the colors of this one.
I bought a mixed mystery bag of lilies last summer. Planting them in the late summer/early fall, I was hoping for them to bloom this spring.
Last spring we moved in to our current home and I was checking out the flowers that had been planted by the previous owners. We noticed a plant almost hidden behind a 4' azalea bush was what looked like a lily about 1' high.
Smelling the beauties while BBQing on the deck.
This lily surprised me by blooming near my herb garden. It was so bright and delicate, lasting only one day before it was gone.
I was captivated by the close up of this lily and its sensual nature. Long intrigued with patterns in nature, I was surprised to see that human forms are duplicated as well.
I love all the lilies I have in my garden. Unfortunately, this year especially, I only got to see them for a short length of time. The deer think my garden is a salad bar and ate every lily within 3 days of blooming.
The rain this past winter and the cold did our gardens well in Murrieta, CA. I had at least 10 stalks of blooms with 6-8 blooms per stalk per plant and I have 2 plants.
The crinum lily has large, fragrant blooms that emerge on leafless stems from bulbs that thrive in damp or moist areas, along streams and in marshes. They are a southern US garden favorite. This page contains crinum lily photos.
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This is a lily that I grew in my flowerbed.
My neighbor has some beautiful lilies in her yard. It was so beautiful I could not pass it by without photographing it.
I took this at night using the landscape feature. It just really made this colors pop. Now the blooms are gone, but I know that they will be back next year