Siberian lily (Lilium pensylvanicum)

Dmitry Poltavsky - Lilium pensylvanicum

Lilium pensylvanicum (also known as Lilium dauricum) is an Asian species of plants belonging to the family Liliaceae. Sometimes called the Siberian lily, it is native to a cold climate and needs frost in the winter. It is found in the wild form in Siberia, the Russian Far East, Mongolia, northeast China, Korea and Japan. The Latin name is misleading due to an error by the botanist John Bellenden Ker.