Black Fly-Catching Lily (Summer flowers ). Photo by BriarCraft
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Black Fly-Catching Lily

Uploaded by: BriarCraft

Friday July 1, 2011

Toledo, WA (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: Does anyone know the real name of this lily? I can't find it anywhere. Flowers are about 15 to 24 inches long on plants about 3 feet tall. It smells like carrion and attracts lots of flies. In some lighting it is a deep blood red. In other lighting it appears as a deep purple-black.

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