This lily ranges more into the pink side of the “peach” spectrum than almost any other lily. You most often see it described as salmon pink. The outer petals tend more to shades of pink and the inner petals more to yellow-orange. The tips of the outer petals also range into yellow-orange. ‘Colorado’ is a very free flowering lily and it tends to send its flowers up a few inches above the foliage so they are never hidden. Cruise around the web looking for information and reviews of water lilies and you’ll find this Kirk Strawn hybrid is a favorite of many.