Lily Pricing

Bulbs are solid, disease free, and large enough to bloom the following season; available beginning September 20.  Potted lilies have been planted early in the spring, are extremely well-rooted, grown outdoors under field conditions, and usually will bloom in the pot during the season of purchase; available beginning June 15.

Variety

Description

Bulb Price

Pot Price

Aladdin's Sun

A very prolific L.A. hybrid with large bright yellow blooms, Aladdin's Sun sizes up very quickly so it blooms even on first-year bulbs, then rapidly produces many stems within a few years.  Lightly fragrant and an excellent cut flower, this lily represents one of the best of these new hybrids.

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Bay Watch

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$8.00

Blackout

Large dark red blooms with a center that is nearly black, Blackout grows to a stout 4 feet tall and reproduces well.

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Centrefold

Attractive burgundy brush marks centered in a pristine white background, Centrefold is a very prolific Asiatic lily.  Plant this one and soon you'll have lots of extra stems for cut flowers that are really stunning in a bouquet!  There are lots of large blooms about the third week of July on 3.5 foot stalks.  

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Conca D' Or

This canary yellow side-facing Orienpet lily with white edges is spectacular  Bloom size is HUGE, reaching up to 9 inches in diameter on a well-grown specimen.  The stalks are not tall, generally about 3.5 feet, but they are extremely stout and no staking is ever needed.  Fragrance is heavenly sweet without being overpowering.  Winter mulching recommended.  In top 10 of both 2006 and 2007 NALS popularity polls, you will love this one! 

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$8.00

Dimention


on 3 to 4-foot stems; blooms in early July.

 

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Dolly Madison

Deep rose pink blooms on very sturdy 4-foot plants.   This lily is lightly fragrant, which is very unusual for an Asiatic.  The blooms also have very heavy substance so make a nice show either in the garden or cut.

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$6.00

Dot.com

Soft pink lily with a blast of red dots in the center.  An example of newly created “Tango pattern” lilies, it was first bred for the cut flower trade.  After three years here, it seems to be a good garden performer as well.  I was advised by my Canadian supplier that this lily is somewhat susceptible to botrytis, but I have not seen evidence of that yet.  Plants are sturdy, about 3.5 feet tall, and reproduce as well as any Asiatic type.  This one does draw a lot of attention during my open gardens. 

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Easter Morn

Exceptionally fragrant (particularly in the evening) large white trumpets with a lavender reverse held nicely on stout 4- to 5-foot plants.   Another Canadian-bred Easterpet lily, I think this is a definite improvement over regale lilies more commonly grown in Montana.  In my gardens over the past 6 years, this lily has proven to be very hardy, produces new bulbs quite easily, and has been free from botrytis.  Blooms generally toward the end of July.   In top 10 of 2007 NALS popularity poll. 

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$8.00

Elegant Crown

A fantastic new cross between an Asiatic and Oriental lily, this very hardy hybrid sports unspotted deep rose petals outlined in cream.  Fade resistant in high heat, strong stems, and vivid colors make for a beautiful addition to your garden.

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Eyeliner

Creamy white flower petals are outlined in dark red.  Although not readily visible in this photo, the edging is fascinating and always draws my eyes to it. 

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Giraffe

Old rosy-red pointed petals with a distinct light yellow center. Lightly spotted throat and darker stamens.  Very bright addition to your garden.

 

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Golden Tycoon

Huge flowers are pure golden yellow with very heavy substance. Dark green foliage on sturdy stems. One of the best L.A. Hybrids of this color.

 

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$6.00

Holland Beauty

Immense fragrant flowers that are out- to slightly downfacing and are a lovely garnet red with an ivory-yellow edge. This absolutely gigantic lily blooms on thick 3-to 5-foot stems in early August

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$8.00

Iowa Rose

This lily has appeared numerous times in the NALS Top Ten Popularity polls--and for good reason.  It is a unique pink Asiatic lily on 3.5- to 4-foot plants.  An excellent grower and reproduces nicely, but has shown itself to be slightly susceptible to botrytis in my gardens.   This  prize winner is absolutely covered with bloom for about 2 to 3 weeks beginning about mid-July. 

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$6.00

Latvia

Another Tango lily, the bloom reminds me of a beautiful sunflower with its bright yellow background and concentration of burgundy dots in the center.  This Asiatic lily is an excellent grower producing numerous flowers early on thick 3-foot stems with lush foliage.   Produces ample numbers of new bulbs as well as great cut flowers.  

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Leslie Woodriff

Another Hall of Fame Orientpet, this lily has lovely down facing pink blooms with a white edge.  When well-grown, Leslie Woodriff can reach 6 feet tall and be a very impressive specimen in your bed.

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Loretto

A tetraploid lily, which means big strapping plants with lush foliage and blooms with an extremely heavy substance.  This one really jumps out in the landscape with its brown brush marks superimposed over bright orange.  For an early showstopper, you can't beat Loretto. 

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$6.00

Netty's Pride

Netty's Pride has a unique color pattern with creamy white margins and a near solid purple center.  As with all Asiatic lilies, very hardy and reliable.

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Night Flyer

A black-red lily with a light airy form, Night Flyer will absolutely stand out in your garden.  Will reach 4 feet in height and blooms midseason.

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$7.00

Northern Carillon

This gorgeous Orienpet lily, bred in Canada, is very hardy (I do recommend a winter mulch, however, to ensure that it will grace your garden for many years to come).  The lovely blooms appear in late July and early August on tall thick stems.  When well-grown, the plants can reach heights of 6 feet, in which case they should be staked to support their enormous flowers--up to 7 inches across.  This one multiplies slowly, but the size of the plant and bud count increase yearly.  Sweetly fragrant and a Hall of Fame lily as well, what's not to like about this beauty?

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$8.00

Purple Reign

This Asiatic lily has very unusual true purple brushmarks imposed over a cream to white background.  The plant is not large, about 2.5 to 3 feet tall, but grows and reproduces well.  This lily is always in high demand nationwide because very few lilies have this hue of purple in them.   

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$6.00

Red Alert

This L.A. hybrid has very large mahogany red blooms with light fragrance in the evening.  This one reproduces very quickly so it makes an excellent choice for your cut flower garden.

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$6.00

Red Dutch

A lovely red Orienpet lily with yellow margins, this one really stands out!  A fragrant beauty, it is also purported by a Canadian grower to be very hardy even with little snow cover.

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Red Velvet

Hall of Fame Asiatic lily with an exceptionally high bud count, often blooming three weeks or longer beginning in mid-July.  This tough wiry plant, which reaches heights of up to 60 inches, easily weathers cold winter and hot summer extremes and comes back year after year.  This lily is also a hummingbird magnet when in bloom. 

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$6.00

Scheherazade

One of the first Orienpets created and now a Hall of Famer for good reason, Scheherazade is not only VERY cold hardy, but becomes a 6-foot beauty with thick stems over time.  Blooms on this down-facing lily are brick red with a gold margin.  This lily blooms almost a month beginning in August and makes a fabulous cut flower as well.

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Tiger Babies

A long-time favorite, this Hall of Fame winner sports lovely salmon pink flowers.  The blooms are considerably larger than a regular tiger lily due to its being crossed with a trumpet lily.  This tough and reliable lily blooms about July 15 on wiry 4-foot stems. 

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$6.00

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