Meadow or Field Lily: Canada Lily. Lilium canadense.
Lily Family. June - July.
Found in wet meadows and swamps. Nova Scotia to Georgia, west beyond Mississippi, Minnesota and Missouri.
Yellow to orange, with purple-brown spots inside, terminating stems 2 - 5 feet high.
Usually in whorls of 4 - 10.
Wild Yellow Lily.
L. superbum. Flowers orange-yellow, half drooping, divisions more reflexed than those of the preceding, thickly spotted. Upper leaves arranged alternately, lower leaves in whorls.