Spring Fawn Lilies

Fawn Lily Medow

Fawn Lily Medow

Rose is so happy to see the beautiful Fawn Lily meadow…

Thousands

Thousands

The wildflowers flourish in protected areas of Beacon Hill Park.

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Spotted Foliage

Spotted Foliage

The spotted leaves must have reminded someone of a fawn – hence the common name.

Look Up

Look Up

This is a Hitty-eye view of the Fawn Lily flower.

How Wonderful

How Wonderful

All the Quimper Hittys are fond of wildflowers, but they are content to admire them in their meadows!

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8 thoughts on “Spring Fawn Lilies

  1. Beautiful…we will see these wildflowers (which we call Trout Lily) in about 4-6 weeks from now. I appreciate the preview though in your beautiful part of the world.

    • I guess trout are spotted, like fawns…it is interesting that the plant is named after animals! We’ve had such a dark and rainy winter we are all glad to experience the spring renewal, hopefully headed your way too!

  2. oh so very pretty. No wild flowers blooming here…yet. But your photos make the Country Hittys and their person very anxious! Thank you for sharing these wonderful flowers…and Rose!!

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