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This common wildflower is named for the brown leaf mottling that resembles the markings of a Brown Trout.
In spite of being common, it supposedly takes about 7 years before the plant first flowers.
This particular one was started at our home in Chicago at least 15 years ago. It has never bloomed until this Spring.
The nodding nature of the flower makes it difficult to photograph so we
had to cheat and hold up the flower for an inside view.
Unlike many flowers mis-named Lilly, this one is actually a member of the
Lilly Family Liliaceae