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The flower has opened and it does look like some sort of lily, but what variety I don't really know. I love the colour.

I don't think it will survive long because it has been so hot today and tomorrow is going to be even hotter I believe.

Luckily I have bounced from one air conditioned building to another today as it has been so hot.

I managed to survive taking a photo of the flower this morning without any further injuries.
Not a bella donna that I thought it may be.. but could be a cousin possibly a kaffa/kaffer lily.. can't find any photos of them at mo.. pleased you are all ok after all your drama..
January 31st, 2020  
Looks really pretty
January 31st, 2020  
Reminds me of a pelican
January 31st, 2020  
bep
Beautiful!
January 31st, 2020  
It might be a Jacobian lily?
January 31st, 2020  
Red Trumpet Lily? Gorgeous thing! Glad no photographers named Babs were injured in the taking of this photograph :)
January 31st, 2020  
good to unveil the mystery!
January 31st, 2020  
The color is gorgeous!
(Picture this - my app - says "Striped Barbados Lily; species of Amaryllis"...)
January 31st, 2020  
It does like one of the lily family !
January 31st, 2020  
To me, it looks like a Lily too ; a Nice surprise to find in your garden ...😉
January 31st, 2020  
very unusual, gorgeous color
January 31st, 2020  
Certainly looks like a lily, it's a lovely colour :)
January 31st, 2020  
Nice shot, colors, textures
January 31st, 2020  
Whatever it is it's very attractive! - a nice shot

Ian
January 31st, 2020  
oh how lovely, sure is a lily of some kind :)
January 31st, 2020  
Looks much prettier in this shot Babs, lovely image full of detail and colour:)
January 31st, 2020  
Lovely shot
January 31st, 2020  
It’s gorgeous what ever it is.
January 31st, 2020  
Beautiful flower! Glad to know that the mossies didn’t injured you today
January 31st, 2020  
It reminds me of an Easter Lily but it's red. However your flowers are different from ours, so I can't really offer a suggestion. I wonder how it ended up in your garden!
January 31st, 2020  
It's lovely but, I have no ideas...
February 1st, 2020  
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