Identification of tall white species lily--help.
For the life of me I can't remember just where I got the seed, but I seem to remember it originally came from Vince Dooley's garden, and he was sharing after having himself, of course, have gotten it from...almost anyone from anywhere.
Sorry I don't have pictures, but it sends up single stems that end in a spray of pretty typical nodding white lilies at about 6-7 feet, no special markings. They are barely fragrant, to me just enough to reward pulling them down, although they might well be described as without fragrance.
Their special characteristic for me is that after a few years here they're seeding themselves around, not extravagantly but enough to show that this lily is happy with neglect in North Georgia, popping up an occasional 7' stem here, another there.
Does anyone have an idea what the scientific name of this lily might be? Thanks in advance for any suggestions.