The most beautiful lily on the planet has a flaw.
It’s its pollen.
The anthers (male parts) start out harmless.
They surround a single long, green pistil (female part).
As the flower matures, the anther ends turn inside out.
This exposes the pollen which looks like rust dust.
It stains anything it gets on.
Flower shops usually remove the male parts of lilies.
This avoids issues caused by pollen, but changes the look of the flower.
I love Stargazer lilies, but I am not a pollen fan.
Their scent is heavenly, but keep your nose away from those anthers.
P.S. Stargazers, like other lilies, are poisonous to cats.