The first one is Lilium lancifolium. It is one of several species of lily named tiger lily. In July they bloom at the periphery of woods. Its vivid orange color catches the eyes of people.
Next one is Crocosmia x crocosmiiflora. It is said that this a garden hybrid of C. aurea and C. pottsii, first bred by Victor Lemoine in 1880, and is also called "montbretia." Now we often find them under the trees on roadside. This orange color is eye-catching, too.
The third one is Mirabilis jalapa. This is an annual plant and came to Japan at the beginning of 17th century. We found it at the sunny open area.