We came across this pale yellow, typically half-toppling lily tower beside a garden seat. Had we needed further temptation to sit, the scent and colour would have amply provided it.
Sturdy, veined petals arched back at the tips to create an open trumpet shape while stamens, their anthers heavy with brown pollen, made sure pollinators would linger too.
It’s some form of hybrid lily, possibly an Oriental Trumpet Lily.
Shared for Cee’s Flower of the Day.