Sunday, March 10, 2013

Wood Lily

Wood Lily
The wood lily is a common wild flower found in the eastern and central United States and most of Canada. It grows in sandy soil and prefers a lot of sunlight. Here in Minnesota it usually blloms in July.



6 comments:

Anne Higgins said...

Really lovely photo of the lily. I'm one of your followers; I live in rural Maryland, and was out gardening this morning. Daffodils are almost ready to bloom. One crocus blooming. A welcome sight!

Best wishes from Anne

maria said...

Lovely lilies!

Love Birds

Gowri Saligram said...

Beautiful!

Edna B said...

Your Wood Lily is really beautiful. It looks very much like our tiger lily. Back home (MA)the flowers are starting their heads up through the soil. Spring is just about here!

Faye said...

I painted a blackberry lily that looks very much like your wood lily. I think they may be the same flower. Take a peek and see what you think. Your photo is fantastic. So beautiful.

DeniseinVA said...

One of the prettiest flowers there is, lovely shots!