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Image of Lilium (Golden Splendor Group) photo by: Ednie Flower Bulb, Inc.

Ednie Flower Bulb, Inc.

(Golden Splendor Group Trumpet Lily, Trumpet 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,...

Image of Lilium (L.A. Hybrid) photo by: Ko Klaver, Zabo Plant

Ko Klaver, Zabo Plant

(LA Hybrid Lily, Longiflorum-Asiatic Lily)

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

The early-summer blooms come in an array of yellows, pinks, reds, whites, and oranges. The sturdy stems are lined with lance-like green foliage. Adaptable to a wide range of climates, they like sun and humus-rich, well-drained soil. Whether in the mixed border or in the vase, LA hybrids excel.

Image of Lilium (PIXIE SERIES) photo by: Ko Klaver, Zabo Plant

Ko Klaver, Zabo Plant

(Asiatic 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...

Image of Lilium (TANGO SERIES) photo by: Dutch Bulbs

Dutch Bulbs

(Asiatic Lily)

The Tango Series comprises many large-flowered Asiatic lilies. These offer a hot new look to Asiatic hybrids with red, pink, orange, yellow, or white flowers that are liberally sprinkled with small dark maroon, red, burgundy or near black spots. Some cultivars have spots that appear to merge into a solid pattern. These summer bloomers are also forced for the potted and cut flower industries.

Asiatic lilies are probably the most common and easily grown type of hybrid lily. They typically bear...

Image of Lilium (TINY SERIES) photo by: Ko Klaver, Zabo Plant

Ko Klaver, Zabo Plant

(Asiatic Lily)

There are lots of wonderful cultivars in the Tiny Series. These very compact Asiatic lilies bloom in summer and are ideal for container culture. They were bred in The Netherlands and most are patented.

Members of the Tiny Series come in various shades of white, orange, yellow, pink, and red. They bear clusters of large flaring flowers atop short strong stems. The upright stems are lined with glossy green, narrow, lance-shaped leaves.

Lilies prefer full to partial sun and neutral, well-drained,...

Image of Lilium auratum photo by: James Burghardt

James Burghardt

(Gold Band 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,...

Image of Lilium auratum var. platyphyllum photo by: Ednie Flower Bulb, Inc.

Ednie Flower Bulb, Inc.

(Gold Band 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,...

(Canada 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,...

Image of Lilium columbianum photo by: TL

TL

(Columbia Lily, Columbia Tiger Lily, Oregon Lily)

This spotted tiger lily is a western perennial wildflower that’s well adapted to garden cultivation. It is a native bulb naturally occurring from British Columbia down to northern California. It inhabits a wide range of environments including moist conifer forests, thickets and meadows.

In mid to late summer the dainty plants bloom heavily with up to thirty blossoms on mature specimens. The nodding golden orange flowers have black spots and petals that dramatically curve backwards. After flowering,...

Image of Lilium formosanum photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Formosa Lily)

Formosa lily is an elegant perennial with numerous narrow leaves around a tall stem topped with white and purple-striped trumpet flowers. These flowers themselves seem sleek and narrow, as well as being quite fragrant during the late summer months. Petals often curve slightly backward on the trumpets that can appear alone, in pairs or small clusters. This perennial is native to the island of Taiwan, once called Formosa.

Plant Formosa lily in a fertile, moist and acidic soil. Provide partial...