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Foxtail lily
Liliaceae
Eremurus himalaicus


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Herb

Liliaceae Family

Eremurus Genus

Location

Missoula Montana

Physical Description
Last summer there were about six of these flowers blooming. Only one had made its way down into Greenough Park in Missoula. They originated in someones back yard and just kind of grew off the property and into the city park. The one growing in the park was by far the biggest. Standing at about 6 feet tall.


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General Information

www.greggsplaceontheweb.org more-pictures.php



Tall White Mystery Flower




Tall White Mystery Flower




Tall White Mystery Flower




Tall White Mystery Flower


  Identifier Research
Foxtail lily
jafrayne
July 24, 2011
Liliaceae
Eremurus himalaicus
Web | Images | YouTube
Comment: Foxtail lily, Eremurus himalaicus

Page Posts: 2

gardengeek
gardengeek
July 01, 2011
Or maybe it looks more like a member of the Hyacinthaceae Family
Looks like a relative of a Pineapple Lily
gardengeek
gardengeek
July 01, 2011
Could be 'White Icicle' Spike Speedwell. Not 100% sure, what do the leaves look like?

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