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Ednie Flower Bulb, Inc.

(Oriental Trumpet Lily, Triumphator Lily, Triumphator Orienpet Lily)

The bold ‘Triumphator’ bears huge, fragrant, outward facing, creamy white blooms with rose-red centers. These trumpet-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 to...

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Ko Klaver, Zabo Plant

(Oriental Lily, Xotica Lily)

The elegant Oriental lily ‘Xotica’ has pale pink and white flowers with a yellow stripe down the center of each tepal. 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...

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Ednie Flower Bulb, Inc.

(Cobra Oriental Lily, Oriental Lily)

The richly hued Cobra Oriental lily ('Zantricob') bears huge, fragrant, upward-facing, velvet-red blooms with petal edges with a thread-like band of white. These widely opening flowers are borne in succession from mid- to late-summer on sturdy stems lined with lance-shaped 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...

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,...

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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 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...

Image of Lilium lancifolium photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Tiger Lily)

Tiger lily is a summer blooming perennial with large, nodding, orange-red flowers covered with black spots. This popular old-fashioned perennial originates from China, Korea and Japan but has been cultivated in the West since the Eighteenth Century.

Like most lilies, Lilium lancifolium is borne from scaled bulbs that are easily dug and replanted. Each bulb produces tall, upright stems lined with narrow, lance-shaped glossy green leaves. In summer, the stems become topped with long,...

(Philadelphia Lily, Wood Lily)

A site to behold with its vase-shaped, spotted flowers and whorls of light green leaves, wood lily is a native American lily ideal for garden culture. This herbaceous perennial is native to prairies and open forests across North America, save those in the far west. In fact, it is the most widely distributed native lily in North America. In some highly urbanized and agricultural states, wild populations are threatened due to overgrazing and wild collection.

The reddish stems of wood lily grow...