What plant is this?

I live in Wyoming, Michigan. Looking to ID all these plants in this flower bed, I know a few of them but not all.
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  • Mary Watson Mary Watson on Jul 05, 2017
    Maybe the ones under the window are a variety of lily...tiger lily and such??

  • Dfm Dfm on Jul 05, 2017
    the ones under the window do look like the Lilly family....can't quite tell if the orange yellow ones are mums or marigold...

  • Sco16067258 Sco16067258 on Jul 05, 2017
    Yellow plants look like calendulas which is an annual plant which can reseed. Gather some leaves from the larger ones and take to a local nursery...they could be helpful in identification. Hard to make out from the pictures. Tiny white flowers look like Oxeye daisies which are weeds or wild flowers

  • Acu13246818 Acu13246818 on Jul 05, 2017
    Easter Lilly

  • Kelly Simm Kelly Simm on Jul 05, 2017
    yes, Lilly and the yellow ones, possibly some type of daisy, hard to tell from the picture.

  • Barbara Baldwin Barbara Baldwin on Jul 05, 2017
    Do you get confused looks when you tell people where you live? Lol. Sorry. I just had to ask..

    • Jennifer White Jennifer White on Jul 05, 2017
      Lol I tell them I'm from Grand Rapids after then they are like oh yeah I've heard of grand rapids lol.

  • The tall ones look like something from the lily family. take your picture to a plant store they should be able to advise.

  • Ken17018727 Ken17018727 on Jul 05, 2017
    Asiatic Lilies are the tall ones in the middle

  • Pat Pat on Jul 05, 2017
    yellow ones could be coreopsis....they come up every year and spread....easy to transplant. Taller are some sort of lilies.

  • Grace Hutchinson Grace Hutchinson on Jul 05, 2017
    Look up on line your county extension office....most likely have Master Gardeners associated with the extension office. They are a fabulous source of information for you.....the one does look like it is in the daisy family.

  • Renee Dolph Wilson Renee Dolph Wilson on Jul 05, 2017
    take leaves and photos to Flowerland in Wyoming, Mich. They have knowledgeable staff there to help you. I used to live in Wyoming, and still shop in the area.
    Best of luck!

  • Eyeluvhistory1861 Eyeluvhistory1861 on Jul 05, 2017
    Looks like Asiatic lilies, and I think coreopsis is the yellow plant. Some type of daisy not sure which for the white flower. I agree with Renee, as I used to live in Wyoming as well, and now live in Grand Rapids, I take things to Flowerland if I have any questions.

  • Lydia Weikel Cox Lydia Weikel Cox on Jul 05, 2017
    99% sure the yellow & orange flowers are Calendula, an herb. Flowers used for tea and medicinal purposes and in ointments. 2 kinds of Asiatic Lillies (different sizes). Green mound on right in corner with narrow spade-like leaves might be either a mint or either a coneflower variety that is rebounding, or a Black-eyed Susan. When it blooms it will look like a gold or pinkish daisy-type flower. There is another plant rising up, can't recall its name, but will get a white spikey flower. All these are perennials originally planted in a "C" formation. Many are also considered to be herbs.

  • Del18301319 Del18301319 on Jul 06, 2017
    When you get a chance, can you pick and squish and smell a leaf from pic #4. If you get a minty smell and it has square stems and leaves directly opposite from each other. That is mint. The Calendula is wonderful