There are white trumpets scattered throughout my garden.
These are the remnants of Easters past.
These Lilium longflora serve as the “rice between spice” during daylily season.
Even I get a bit overwhelmed with the colorful chaos of June.
The Easter lilies seem to glow on cloudy days.
Their pollen looks like gold dust and spreads like it.
These lilies are POISONOUS to pets, so keep them out of reach inside and away from the pet pen.
My family was gifted this one by a dear friend from our church.
It is exactly like the others, but this one, “Pat’s Lily,” is my favorite.