SCIENTIFIC NAME: Lilium michiganense
COMMON NAMES: Michigan Lily, Turk's Cap Lily
BLOOM TIME: June, July, Aug
- The large showy flowers appear to be designed to attract hummingbirds and larger day-flying insects, such as Sphinx moths and Hummingbird moths.
- Butterflies as the Monarch, Great Spangled Fritillary and Spicebush Swallowtail visit the flowers for nectar.
- Deer, rabbits, horses, cattle and other livestock occasionally browse on the foliage, while voles sometimes eat the bulbs.