Lilium philadelphicum is a stunning orange-red blooming flower. It has been enchanting people for generations, and plant enthusiasts around the world are eager to complement their garden collection with one more sort of Liliaceae family member.
Also known as Philadelphia Lily, Wood Lily, Western Red Lily, or Prairie Lily, this bright-blooming flowering plant is remarkable for its gorgeous blooms.
Belonging to a lily family (Liliaceae), Wood Lily is a perennial plant native to North America. This flower typically grows 1-3 feet (30cm) high and produces a single stem with large, trumpet-shaped flowers. They typically are upward-facing blooms 2-3 inches (5-8 cm) across with six orange-red petals enhanced by black spots and curving backward. The center of the flower is furnished with catchy red stamens.
Western Red Lily blooms in mid to late summer and is a popular choice among gardeners and flower enthusiasts for its beauty and easy cultivation.