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Mark A. Miller

(Oriental Trumpet Lily, Silk Road Lily)

Produced by crossing Oriental lilies with trumpet lilies, Orienpet lilies combine many of the best qualities of the two. These include the deep cup-shaped flowers of the trumpet lilies and the late-season bloom and intoxicating fragrance of Oriental lilies.

The Orienpet hybrid ‘Silk Road’ is a selection introduced by hybridizer Judith Freeman. It bears huge, fragrant, out-facing blooms which are blush pink on the outer half of its tepals and deep rosy red in the center. These chalice-shaped flowers...

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Bosh Bruening

(Asiatic Lily, Snow Crystal Lily)

The vigorous Asiatic lily ‘Snow Crystal’ has many upward-facing, open flowers of pure white. These unspotted flowers are punctuated by orange anthers and appear in early summer on neat, compact plants. It is a patented selection that was bred by Edward McRae of 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...

(Oriental Lily, Sombrero Oriental Lily)

The compact, multicolored ‘Sombrero’ bears fragrant, up-facing, pink and white blooms with a yellowy center and contrasting orange-rust pollen anthers. These widely opening flowers are borne in succession summer on short, sturdy stems lined with lance-shaped dark green foliage.

Oriental lilies result from complex crosses of several Asian lily species. They are renowned for their large, flaring, bowl-shaped blooms. The blooms are often spotted, fragrant and have distinctive hairs at the base...

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Ednie Flower Bulb, Inc.

(Oriental Lily, Souvenir Oriental Lily)

The very cold hardy Oriental lily 'Souvenir' has soft pink flowers with a white frosting in the center of each tepal. This compact summer bloomer has very fragrant flowers and is ideal for container culture.

Oriental lilies result from complex crosses of several Asian lily species. They are renowned for their large, flaring, bowl-shaped blooms. The blooms are often spotted, intensely fragrant and have distinctive hairs at the base of the tepals. They are borne atop upright stems lined with...

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Ko Klaver, Zabo Plant

(Oriental Lily, Space Star Oriental Lily)

The tall Oriental lily ‘Space Star’ bears an abundance of deep ruby red flowers with darker red speckles and clear white edges. This bold summer bloomer has intensely fragrant flowers that are perfect for cutting.

Oriental lilies result from complex crosses of several Asian lily species. They are renowned for their large, flaring, bowl-shaped blooms. The blooms are often spotted, intensely fragrant and have distinctive hairs at the base of the tepals. They are borne atop upright stems lined...

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Oriental Lily, Star Gazer Oriental Lily)

Oriental lilies are renowned for their large, wide-flaring, bowl-shaped, often intensely fragrant flowers that typically occur late in the season. The Oriental lily 'Stargazer' is widely grown for its highly fragrant, up-facing, crimson flowers that are strikingly ornamented with maroon spots and pale pink margins. The late-summer blooms are held tall on sturdy stems. Plant where its fragrance can be appreciated, in full to partial sun and well-drained, humus-rich soil. 'Stargazer' works wonderfully...

(Far East Lily, Starburst Sensation Lily)

The regal and regarded ‘Starburst Sensation’ bears huge, fragrant, outward facing but pendent, pink blooms with red-streaked petals. These wide-opening flowers are borne in succession towards late summer on tall, dark, sturdy stems lined with lance-shaped green foliage. This hybrid was bred by Dr. Wilbert Ronald in Canada.

Orienpet lilies are produced by hybridizing trumpet lilies (in this case Lilium speciosum) and Oriental lilies. They tend to have large, broad, trumpet-shaped flowers...

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Dutch Bulbs

(Asiatic Lily, Tango Starburst Asiatic Lily)

Probably the most commonly and easily grown type of hybrid lily, Asiatic lilies typically bear clusters of scentless, wide-flaring flowers atop strong stems set with narrow, lance-shaped, glossy green leaves. The Tango series introduces a hot new look to Asiatic hybrids -- flowers that are heavily and randomly sprinkled with small dark blotches. In summer, 'Tango Starburst' bears huge, deep orange-red blooms peppered with dark maroon blotches that merge into a solid mass at the flower's center....

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Ednie Flower Bulb, Inc.

(Oriental Lily, Starfighter Lily)

The colorful Oriental lily 'Starfighter' has deep rose-red flowers with a clean white edge and red freckles. This summer bloomer bears an abundance of fragrant blooms on tall, sturdy stems lined with lush green foliage.

Oriental lilies result from complex crosses of several Asian lily species. They are renowned for their large, flaring, bowl-shaped blooms. The blooms are often spotted, intensely fragrant and have distinctive hairs at the base of the tepals. They are borne atop upright stems...

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Ednie Flower Bulb, Inc.

(Oriental Lily, Starlight Express Lily)

The compact, bicolored ‘Starlight Express’ bears fragrant, up-facing, fuchsia-rose flowers that have ruffled and curling petals edged in white. These widely opening flowers are borne in succession in summer on short, sturdy stems lined with lance-shaped dark green foliage.

Oriental lilies result from complex crosses of several Asian lily species. They are renowned for their large, flaring, bowl-shaped blooms. The blooms are often spotted, fragrant and have distinctive hairs at the base of the...