Scientific Name: Kniphofia uvaria (L.) Hooker; Synonym: Tritoma uvaria; Family: Liliaceae
This lily can be seen across the United States in the summer. It is a native of South Africa, but it grows, now, in abundance on roadsides in the US in the summer. It is expecially hardy in the southwest.
This lily was the July Challenge for the Botanical Art Yahoo and Flickr groups.
This was drawn on regular moleskine using a Tech liner .03 pen with Derwent Inktense watercolor pencils.