Leopard lily (sometimes called 'Tiger lily' but it is spotted not striped) - Flower of the Forest in Big Basin State Park
Text by J. Zimmerman, Ph.D.
All photos (c) 2006 Scott Peden, Photographer and Docent at Big Basin State Park.
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Leopard lily (sometimes called 'Tiger lily' but it is spotted not striped) is a favorite of J. Zimmerman among the wild flowers of the Berry Creek Falls Loop Trail of the Big Basin State Park.
A tall plant with a luminous flower and etherial scent.
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