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Ednie Flower Bulb, Inc.

(Asiatic Lily, Pisa Asiatic Lily)

Diverse, and full of wonderful ornamentals, the genus Lilium is comprised of over 100 species and thousands of cultivars, most are herbaceous. These exist in north temperate regions around the globe and are commonly found in meadows, woodlands or mountainous areas.

All lilies are perennial and born from scaled bulbs that sometimes spread via underground stems. They all have large, showy flowers comprised of six petals/tepals, which are usually in shades of yellow, red, orange, white,...

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International Flower Bulb Centre

(Asiatic Lily, Polka Lily)

The vigorous Asiatic lily ‘Polka’ has coral flowers that appear from early to midsummer.

Asiatic lilies are probably the most common and easily grown type of hybrid lily. They typically bear clusters of wide-flaring flowers atop strong stems. The upright stems are lined with glossy green, narrow, lance-shaped leaves. Once they have flowered they will not bloom again until the following year, so be sure to plant them with ornamentals that look great later in the season.

Lilies prefer...

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International Flower Bulb Centre

(Asiatic Lily, Pollyanna Asiatic Lily)

Diverse, and full of wonderful ornamentals, the genus Lilium is comprised of over 100 species and thousands of cultivars, most are herbaceous. These exist in north temperate regions around the globe and are commonly found in meadows, woodlands or mountainous areas.

All lilies are perennial and born from scaled bulbs that sometimes spread via underground stems. They all have large, showy flowers comprised of six petals/tepals, which are usually in shades of yellow, red, orange, white,...

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Ednie Flower Bulb, Inc.

(LA Hybrid Lily, Longiflorum-Asiatic Lily, Princess Amelia Lily)

The radiant ‘Princess Amelia’ has large, upward-facing, golden orange blooms with minimal spotting. This exceptional tall LA hybrid lily blooms in midsummer and makes a wonderful cut flower.

LA hybrids are crosses between the Easter lily (Lilium longiflorum) and Asiatic hybrids. They typically bear large, showy, fragrant flowers on robust, tall, disease-resistant plants. The upright stems are lined with glossy green, narrow, lance-shaped leaves. Once they have flowered they will not...

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Ko Klaver, Zabo Plant

(Asiatic Lily, Tango Push Off Lily)

In summer, 'Tango Push Off’ bears huge, white flowers so heavily peppered with dark burgundy blotches that the white only appears at the tips of the tepals. This bold Asiatic lily is ideal for any sunny flower garden.

Asiatic lilies are probably the most common and easily grown type of hybrid lily. They typically bear clusters of wide-flaring flowers atop strong stems. The upright stems are lined with glossy green, narrow, lance-shaped leaves. Once they have flowered they will not bloom...

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Jessie Keith

(LA Hybrid Lily, Longiflorum-Asiatic Lily, Red Alert Lily)

LA hybrids are crosses between the Easter lily (Lilium longiflorum) and Asiatic hybrids. They typically bear large, showy, fragrant flowers on robust, tall, disease-resistant plants.

The fiery 'Red Alert' bears quantities of fragrant dark red blooms in early summer. The sturdy, medium-tall stems are lined with lance-like, dark green foliage. Adaptable to a wide range of climates, it likes sun and humus-rich, well-drained soil. 'Red Alert' is perfect for cutting, containers, and mixed...

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Ednie Flower Bulb, Inc.

(Oriental Trumpet Lily, Red Dutch Lily)

The colorful ‘Red Dutch’ bears huge, fragrant, outward facing, red-orange blooms with lemon yellow edges. These chalice-shaped flowers are borne in succession from mid- to late-summer on tall sturdy stems lined with lance-shaped green foliage.

Orienpet lilies are produced by hybridizing trumpet lilies and Oriental lilies. They tend to have large, broad, trumpet-shaped flowers with a strong sweet fragrance. Once they have flowered they will not bloom again until the following year, so be sure...

(Dwarf Asiatic Lily, Red Dwarf Lily)

Red dwarf lilies add an unexpected pop of color to your landscape. Asiatic lilies typically bear clusters of scentless, wide-flaring flowers atop strong stems set with narrow, lance-shaped, glossy green leaves. Usually started from bulbs planted in early spring, they are also often available already started in pots.

'Red Dwarf' is unique with its upward to out-facing flowers and slightly reflexed tepals. It also boasts a deep red color and red anthers, making for a fiery appearance in early to...

(Asiatic Lily, Red Garp Lily)

The large-flowered ‘Red Garp’ has upward-facing glossy orange-red flowers with little spotting. This medium to tall selection produces blooms from early to midsummer. It has strong stems and is ideal for cutting.

Asiatic lilies are probably the most common and easily grown type of hybrid lily. They typically bear clusters of wide-flaring flowers atop strong stems. The upright stems are lined with glossy green, narrow, lance-shaped leaves. Once they have flowered they will not bloom again until...

(Asiatic Lily, Red Pixie Lily)

The Pixie Series comprises over 20 cultivars of large-flowered, dwarf Asiatic lilies. These summer bloomers come in various shades of orange, yellow, pink, and red and were bred by Edward A. McRae of Oregon Bulb Farms in Sandy, Oregon.

Asiatic lilies are probably the most common and easily grown type of hybrid lily. They typically bear clusters of wide-flaring flowers atop strong stems. The upright stems are lined with glossy green, narrow, lance-shaped leaves.

Lilies prefer full to partial...