Pink flower ID, long spiky leaves

SnailLover(5a MI)June 20, 2014

Can someone ID the pink flower? Also, next to it is a lily I planted next year. I included it in the pic so you can see it. I'm wondering if the small plants around the pink flower are lily offspring? It's either Asiatic Lily or Orange Pixie. I planted both in the same area and can't remember which is which. I'm moving the whole flower bed soon so I'm trying to inventory what I have. Thanks!

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Spiderwort aka Tradescantia

    Bookmark   June 20, 2014 at 11:08AM
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SnailLover(5a MI)

Thanks! I have spiderwort blooming in back that's purple so I should have known they were the same! Maybe I'll add this one to that bed.

    Bookmark   June 20, 2014 at 12:03PM
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