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Lilium distichum

seeds of Lilium distichum Rare Russian Lily.  Grows 48-60 inches tall in full to partial sun in zones 3-8.  Despite its height it is a slender and very graceful species. The stem appear as a decorative cartwheel whorl of leaves in the middle. Above this the flowers are borne in spikes of up to 12 and are a shade of orange-vermilion, spotted with red-purple. Each bloom is out-facing and more or less flat-faced (with only the petal tips reflexed).
Lilium distichum

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Seeds from Lilium distichum Rare Chinese Lily. Grows 48 to 60 inches tall in partial sun to shade. Despite its height it is a slender and very graceful species. The stem appear as a decorative cartwheel whorl of leaves in the middle. Above this the flowers are borne in spikes of up to 12 and are a shade of orange-vermilion, spotted with red-purple. Each bloom is out-facing and more or less flat-faced with only the petal tips reflexed. It likes moisture and shade. Zones 3 to 8.



Lilium Henryi

seeds of native Lilium Henryi. Unscented, heavily downfacing recurved wild lily that is as tough as nails. Orange with raised prominent star like papillae. Established stems will produce many flowers and might need staking. 3 to 5 feet in July in zones 5-8.
Lilium Henryi

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Seeds from native Lilium Henryi. Unscented, heavily downfacing recurved wild lily that is as tough as nails. Orange with raised prominent star like papillae. Established stems will produce many flowers and might need staking. 3 to 5 feet in July in zones 5-8.



Lilium humboldtii ssp. ocellatum

seeds of Lilium humboldtii ssp. ocellatum also known as the "Oscellated Humboldt Lily" is often found growing along streamsides. This beautiful lily has large 3-4" red-yellow flowers on 3' spikes. Will tolerate clay in it's on a slope, but is a little harder to start in clay soils. This is a rare and endangered taxon with a limited distribution. Hardy in zones 5a-10. seeds of Lilium humboldtii ssp. ocellatum also known as the "Oscellated Humboldt Lily" is often found growing along streamsides. This beautiful lily has large 3-4" red-yellow flowers on 3' spikes. Will tolerate clay in it's on a slope, but is a little harder to start in clay soils. This is a rare and endangered taxon with a limited distribution. Hardy in zones 5a-10. seeds of Lilium humboldtii ssp. ocellatum also known as the "Oscellated Humboldt Lily" is often found growing along streamsides. This beautiful lily has large 3-4" red-yellow flowers on 3' spikes. Will tolerate clay in it's on a slope, but is a little harder to start in clay soils. This is a rare and endangered taxon with a limited distribution. Hardy in zones 5a-10.
Lilium humboldtii ssp. ocellatum

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Seeds from Lilium humboldtii ssp. ocellatum also known as the "Oscellated Humboldt Lily" is often found growing along streamsides. This lily has large 3 to 4 inch red-yellow flowers on 3' spikes. Will tolerate clay in it's on a slope, but is a little harder to start in clay soils. This is a rare and endangered taxon with a limited distribution. Hardy in zones 5a-10.



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