Saturday, June 25, 2011

The Triumphator

The word Triumph means: 1.a significant success or noteworthy achievement; instance or occasion of victory. 2. exultation resulting from victory; joy over success.

SO I guess naming this oriental lily TRIUMPHATOR is pretty accurate.




These lilies really have light, sweet fragrance, too.


They start out trumpet shaped and then open up almost flat and the color lightens up.

They grow about 4.5 feet tall on very sturdy stems. I took this pic the morning after a thunderstorm with wind.

They are as big or bigger than my hand.


This one had a little pink freckle on the right. Isn't nature fun?
I am joining

7 comments:

Linda (More Fun Less Laundry) said...

Wow, Pat, those lilies are enormous. I like the dainty scent of lilies. Hope yours last for a long time. Linda

Happier Than a Pig in Mud said...

Your lilies are very pretty! I love that they grow well and seem to be such a happy plant-enjoy:@)

podso said...

Hi Pat thanks for your nice comment on my blog. Actually I checked back and I don't think I saw your porch post so I'm curious, maybe you just saw my link on Rhondi's blog. But I know I have been to your blog recently and felt like I made a comment. Anyway, I LOVE your porch! I love the colors and the little colored bottles, the pillows. etc. We enjoy a similar style and colors I see!

Maggie said...

Stunning lilies, truly gorgeous, you must have a green thumb!

Snap said...

Gorgeous! The Wayside catalog arrived in the mail yesterday and I was looking at lilies for fall planting. Now I'm even more enthused!!! Have a wonderful week.

Pat@Back Porch Musings said...

Absolutely gorgeous, Pat!

The Tablescaper said...

How beautiful. Thanks for being a part of Seasonal Sundays. Sorry to be so late in visiting, but I've been away.

- The Tablescaper