ⓘ Lilium iridollae

                                     

ⓘ Lilium iridollae

Lilium iridollae is a species of Lilium or lily. It is a perennial forb. This species is considered one of five known Lilium species native to specific sites in the United States southeast region. In 1940, this species was discovered by Mary Henry in its habitat. She named the lily in reference to a "pot of gold at the end of the rainbow".

Lilium iridollae is the most demanding to the specific conditions, which is one of the reasons why this Lily has been elusive to many enthusiasts. In General, the southeastern region of the United States is not considered "Lily developing country" because of the warm winter temperature and high humidity, which is not a suitable environment for garden lilies.