I thought these were your ordinary ditch lilies, but looked
again at my friend's insistence, it's hotter than blazes out there. Ditch lilies are so common around here, and I'm not a big fan of orange, but these are unusual. They are growing on a vacant lot hillside where I got my moss rose cuttings, one might make it. The owner would probably let me dig some up this fall. The first looks like an oriental, the second looks like it belongs in the daylily forum; it is double. I rather like them. No care, drought conditions and look how well they are doing among the brush.
Has anyone seen any like these before? Maybe not so unusual to those who know their lilies.