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| Oriental Lily|
The oriental hybrids are large-flowered, fragrant, and quite colorful. They are valued in the cut-flower industry for dramatic effects in arrangments, and for their long vase life. Stems grow to about four feet with whorled ovate-lanceolate leaves that are deeply veined. Recurved petals generally have pink or brown speckled center markings. Flowers are six or more inches across on branching racemes, blooming in July and August.
Plant Type: perennial
Plant Form or Habit: upright/vertical
Plant Use: In beds and borders, and as cut flowers. Plant in groups.
Width: Minimum: 12 inches Maximum: 52 inches
Foliage Texture: medium
USDA Hardiness Zone: 5
Water Requirements: average
Additional Comments: Deer love to dig and eat lily bulbs.