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'Gironde' growth habit.

'Colosseo' flower up close.

'Colosseo' growth habit.

'Tresor' flower up close.

'Tresor' growth habit.

'Amarone' flower up close.

'Amarone' growth habit.

'Vivaldi' flowers, en masse.

'Vivaldi' growth habit.

Asiatic Lily
Lilium asiatic

Liliaceae

Like most lilies, leaves are lanceolate to ovate-lanceolate, sessile, whorled, and deeply veined. Flowers bloom in loosely branching racemes. Asiatics are valued for their bright colors, straight stems, and large number of flowers per stem. They have slight if any scent.

Plant Type: perennial

Plant Form or Habit: upright/vertical

Plant Use: In beds and borders, as cut flowers. Plant in groups.

Propagation:
division
Light Requirement: full sun full sun/part shade

Flower Color:
red
orange
yellow
pink
white
Bloom Period:
mid-summer
late summer
Height: Minimum: 32 inches      Maximum: 60 inches

Width: Minimum: 12 inches     Maximum: 60 inches

Foliage Texture:

USDA Hardiness Zone: 5

Water Requirements: average

Additional Comments: Deer love to dig and eat lily bulbs.


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