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Bulbils of Lilium lancifolium, Lily tigrinum or Tiger Lily. This four foot lily is a species of lily native to northern and eastern Asia. It is one of a very small number of species that produce aerial bulblets, known as bulbils, in the leaf axils along the stem. While most parts of the plant are edible for humans, the pollen is considered poisonous. All parts of the plant are toxic to cats, resulting in kidney failure in a few days after eating it, so please be aware of this if you have cats that are outside cats. Hardy in zones 3 to 10.
Seeds from Lilium lankongense. This is a bulbous, herbaceous, perennial herb. Stoloniform growth habitstem travels underground before emerging. Slim, wiry stems 2 to 5 feet high. June to July bloom time. Down facing, strongly recurved petals. This flower color is a bright shell glossy pink with marbled white edges gently speckled in purple. Rich, but subtle fragrance. Zones 5 to 8
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Seeds from Lilium Latvia Asiatic Lily. The unusual colored and exquisite when flowering it has big, upward-facing, greenish yellow flowers that are heavily speckled with bronze-red. It produces loose clusters of blooms from early to midsummer and is ideal for container culture. Grows 48 inches tall in full to partial sun in zones 3 to 8.