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  1. Your star lily is beautiful, Tammy! And it looks like you will have several more blooms to enjoy soon. Thanks for sharing the beauty! Happy Fourth of July to all.

    1. Thank you Debi. Lillies are pretty flowers. You are correct, there are some others that will hopefully bloom, as well. I do have a question 🙋‍♀️ for you? I didn’t realize that these flowers grew so tall, that is why you see the black thing holding them upright. Is it normal for them to be so tall? Also, is this the time of year that they usually bloom? I don’t know much about horticulture, but I sure do enjoy the beauty of flowers and all that God has placed here, on earth for us to enjoy. Makes me think of the Scripture, (1 Corinthians 2:9) “Eye hath not seen, nor ear heard, neither have entered into the heart of man, the things which God hath prepared for them that love Him.”

  2. Tammy, regarding your question: I am familiar with lily varieties similar to yours as a cut flower for floral arrangements. They arrive from the floral supplier with stems that are approximately 2 ft plus long, so I had to look up to see how tall they grow in a garden setting. The info said they can grow 2-4 feet tall and some as tall as 6 ft, and that they are known for their sturdy stems. Some advise to stake them to keep the plants from falling over.

    Yours looks so full of buds that your stake/cage looks like a perfect idea to protect it and the upcoming blooms. Apparently, this lily’s bloom time is from July to August depending on where you live…so it looks like it is right on schedule!

    The scripture you shared sure illustrates the beauty of these flowers and the goodness of God.

    1. Thanks for the information Debi. I haven’t measured the height, but they are probably close to 2ft, just guessing. They were leaning over, so the cage helps hold them up. 🥰🌻🌺🌹🌸🌹🌸🌷🌼

  3. Beautiful lily! And so interesting that it is new and how the artist has been able to distinguish and illustrate the details.

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