Later summer blooming lilies continue to give color to the Brueckner Rhododendron Gardens lily garden. Anaconda has just finished blooming, Garden Party adds yellow, and Angelique is making a valiant attempt to hold off the Japanese beetles. Let's lead off with the stunning white Stargazer lily.
A fragrant, tall Oriental lily, Stargazer is a brilliant white with brown stamens. (Click photo to enlarge, then click Back button to return to this page)
Stunning though showing signs of insect damage, Stargazer commands attention.
Late afternoon sun highlights Stargazer's crisp, clean blooms.
Garden Party Lily has a large white blossom brushed with yellow inside.
Striking brown stamens, Garden Party is a tall Oriental lily - about 18 inches high.
Angelique in close up - fuchsia pink with yellow throat, a dwarf lily only about a foot tall.
This collection of Angelique shows some of the insect damage in yellow leaves. This summer in Ontario has been a difficult growing season for most plants, and insects are having a field day.
As yet, I have no name for this lily. If you know its name, please leave a comment. Only a few were blooming, but they are very striking.
A graceful beauty, Anaconda Trumpet Lily is tall -- 3 feet and taller -- with a lovely pink blush on the outside of the petals.
See Pictures of the Earlier Blooming Lilies here.