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Lilium lancifolium


By Siris

Lilium lancifolium (Lilium lancifolium)

A Turks cap Lily differing from Henryi in having darker orange flowers and producing bulbils up the stem. Easily grown from them. Equally as tall as Henryi.

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23 Jul, 2019


Love that! I really love lilies!

24 Jul, 2019


Fantastic colour.......

24 Jul, 2019


Growing next to Lythrum salicaria, shocking pink colour, which is a riot!

24 Jul, 2019


A touch of Christopher Lloyd!! (ʘᴗʘ✿)

25 Jul, 2019


Muted by a spire of Lysimachia ephemerum.

26 Jul, 2019


The anthers are amazing... and the pollen really stains. But happy memories of picking the bulbils as a child, when play picnicking with my tea set! The hummingbirds visited the ones my Mom grew beneath our livingroom window, in Muskoka. They're a source of delight and good memories. will have to remember all those combos when I find some.

26 Jul, 2019

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