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This Asiatic lilies album is a collection of free photos of some of the most beautiful of all lilies. Each lily picture is the perfect size for use on websites and other online publications.
Don't just stop at the web though. These lovely lilies will make wonderful greeting cards or inserts in your favorite EBook.
Most garden plants are hybrids. And the asiatic lily is no exception. Plants are considered hybrids when two species are combined to bring out the best of both.
Asiatic lilies originate from central and eastern Asia. The result is a medium sized forward facing flower like the ones in these images.
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As you can see, these lilies come in a variety of colors. They all have the same characteristic of blooms fanning out from one stem. This is clearest in the orange blooms last in this row of flowers.
Climate may differ as well. The yellow lilies in the center are growing in my daughter's garden in North Carolina. But the other two pictures were taken in Northern Illinois.
I love capturing drops of water on flowers after a cool spring rain. But then the shadows that fall as sun peeks through the trees is also fun to capture.
The middle row of bright orange lilies share no space with anyone, yet.
These lilies will brighten any space or garden. The first one in this row is growing in West Virginia flower bed. The middle one I captured while walking near my home in Northern Illinois.
And the last pink beauty stands all alone at the end of a mobile home. So as you can see, as beautiful as they are, they are also strong and faithful.
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