||A strikingly beautiful small species with usually a single stem occasionally multiple flowering stems will arise from older bulbs that have branched to colonize. The whorled foliage that rarely produces more than one flower. Robust healthy plants can produce up to four beautiful pendulous bright orange flowers with a yellow throat and dark rust/maroon spots with in. Michaux's Lily looks like a dwarf Turks Cap. Ranging from east Texas to north Fla. north to the mid Atlantic states. It is found on typically hardwood hillsides, but Michaux's Lily will grow almost anywhere as long as it is in a well drained site. A delightful species that will draw attention to gardening friends. Easy to grow, though very slow, but does not reseed well. Matures to 3.5'High x 1'Wide. NOTE: They are highly attractive to long legged goats (deer), rabbits and voles. Watch for aphids and at the first sign address them immediately as aphids can spread viruses quickly and kill plants. Excessive over head water is not recommend for native lilies. Organic fertilizers are best.