I don't know if it this 'Yellow Dream' will live to open another flower or not. Or if not, if the bulb will survive with all its energy already expended into all these beautiful flowers. I know only that it serves as a perfect example of what often happens to the largest, fastest growing plants of my landscape. The sisters of this flower nearby were shorter and better protected by the surrounding plants so perhaps the lesson here is that in moderate growth lies survival. Or perhaps the lesson is that this lily should have picked a better gardener, one who anticipated the storm and staked it ahead of time. I should have known better. I don't think that I lost any new basal rose canes from this storm, but I've learned, as stated before, to keep them pinched back to thicken them as they grow.So, for this year at least, seeing this 'Yellow Dream' in full glorious display will remain just a dream.