New Guest!

Vi har fått en ny gjest i hagen!  Fra før hadde vi tigerliljer, men plutselig – inne blandt disse tigerliljene dukker det opp en noe lavere utgave med annen farge og en betydelig større blomst. Kan det være tale om en mutasjon?  I så fall er det jo en fantastisk sådan? Denne blomsten har et tverrmål på ca 18 cm !!!

Jeg har så langt ikke rukket å lukte på den. man skal jo være litt forsiktig med fremmede og såkalte ‘intim-soner’, men – om noen kjenner igjen denne utgaven, så vil vi sette pris på litt hjelp med identifikasjon?
We have received a new guest in the garden! From before we had ‘Tiger lilies’, and this new friend of ours seem to come from the same family – only in a different color, a bit lower, but more than twice the size! Could we be looking at a mutation?
This flowers measures a stunning 7 inches across!
So far I haven’t tried to smell it. I pays to be somewhat careful with strangers and their ‘intimate zones’ 🙂 , but if anyone find it familar, we’d very much appreciate your help with an identification?

(Compliments of SRB)
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11 Responses to New Guest!

  1. Just beautiful 🙂 I have day lilies they do not last long enough lol 🙂

  2. Ha…I’d throw caution to the wind and smell it 🙂

  3. -Eugenia says:

    It could be a Tiger Lily Pearl White, which is described as a light, creamy old fashioned appearing Tiger Lily. Don’t get any pollen on your nose as it could be poisonous. Stunning shot.

    • Seenorway says:

      Thank you for the warning! I found a simiar lily on the net, but there were no names.
      Fortunately I haven’t tried to smell it yet. I was too occupied taking a good picture.
      But it’s a good guess as we do have tiger lilies in the same place. So a mutation is not quite out of the question.

  4. Good question, there are only around 100 different lillies existing here in the Northern hemisphere, and the majority of them tends to be white. Good luck with further researches if required ….

  5. Seenorway says:

    So – untill a solution appears: ‘Miss Beautiful! 🙂

  6. Paola says:

    Very beautiful, but I don’t know the name, sorry

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