Turk's cap

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(Bot.) Turk's-cap lily. See under Lily.
A tulip.
A plant of the genus Melocactus; Turk's head. See Melon cactus, under Melon.

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Based on seasonal availability, plants could include: Wild Geranium, Large Beard-tongue, Foxglove Beardtongue, Fall Phlox, Sweet William, Creeping Phlox, Turk's Cap Lily, Swamp Milkweed (to host Monarch butterflies), New England aster, Switchgrass, Big Bluestem grass, Black-eyed Susan, Jewelweed, Woolly Ragwort, Blue Waxweed, Purple Tridens grass, spearmint, peppermint, oregano, and sage.
First come mottled leaves, followed by scrolled buds that unfurl in the sun, reflexing magically into pink turk's cap flowers.
The martagon is a typical Turk's cap lily with stems that are up to a metre tall and a plethora of slightly mucky crimsonpurple flowers.
The head is a TURK'S CAP LILY, more red than orange, granted,
Of course, it's not just yellow - you can include orange tones using marigolds, Californian poppies, and Turk's cap lilies.
The collection includes flowers Jefferson preferred, including Damask Rose, Hollyhock, the Peony, Cardinal Flowers and the Turk's Cap Lily.
Lilium martagon, the Turk's cap lily, with turned back petals can be from mauve to maroon and grows to 1.
Lilium martagon, the turk's cap lily: Blooms can be from mauve to maroon and grows to 1.
Also easily seed-raised is L wardii, a pink turk's cap.