When we moved into our house here in Colorado, I planted some oriental lilies in pots. Every spring for several years they exploded with color. There were deep reds, oranges, variegated pinks and whites.
They have now been planted in the ground and they still bloom, but they are, well, flesh-colored. I am not sure I want to consider what, if anything, that means.
Anyway, here they are in their original glory. May spring come soon!

2 thoughts on “Brilliant!

  1. Linda, flowers are such fickle phenomena, changing colors like chameleons! You could ask a garden expert about that. Color changes usually have something to do with the nutrients in the soil. Whatever their color, let them bloom soon!

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