LILIUM SEEDS

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  1. LILIUM CANDIDUM

    Celebrated for its intense and delicious fragrance, the Madonna Lily bears glistening, sizeable, pure white trumpets facing outward, and flushed yellow at the base, with bright yellow pollen. It is often seen in religious paintings as it was depicted for centuries as the symbol of Mary and the Catholic Church, being a symbol of purity and virtue. Long-lived and easy to grow it is a valuable addition to every garden. ... Learn More

    $3.39

  2. LILIUM DAVIDII

    This rare and beautiful plant has up to 20 reddish-orange Turk's-cap flowers with recurved petals and dark burgundy spots, and is easily grown from seed. The bulb is actually used as food in Western China in Sichuan and Yunnan, but we positively do not recommend this!. ... Learn More

    $3.46

  3. LILIUM FORMOSUM

    Large, white, fragrant trumpets, which are quite similar to Lilium leucanthum or Lilium regale, are held on strong stems, which carry only a few, dark green, shiny, very narrow lanceolate leaves. This is rather a rare plant in spite of being easy to grow. ... Learn More

    $3.71

  4. LILIUM FORMOSUM PRICEI

    A bed of these makes quite an unbelievable sight. Fragrant, chocolate-striped, three inch ivory trumpets open on very, very short stems, the long flower buds often opening as they bend to touch the ground. This unforgettable rockery plant can easily flower the first year from an early sowing. ... Learn More

    $3.65

  5. LILIUM HANSONII

    Thick-petalled, scented, yellow-orange flowers, with chestnut-coloured spotting towards the centre, are produced in cartwheel-whorls up the stem, the individual petals being recurved rather than reflexed. This very decorative and attractive species is known from only a very few scattered locations in Korea and China. Very few good seeds collected. ... Learn More

    $5.44

  6. LILIUM HENRYI

    In late summer numerous bright golden orange 'turkscap' flowers with strongly reflexed petals open on very tall stems. This very fine vigorous Chinese lily, which likes a position in dappled shade, is virtually indestructible, and with just a little support, will form tall, fabulous clumps. R.H.S. 'AGM' Award Winner. ... Learn More

    $3.78

  7. LILIUM JANKAE

    This rare endemic species is one of the most beautiful plants of the Central Balkan National Park. The yellow flowers, with recurved petals spotted in darkest maroon, occur in the pastures and meadows in the Park`s sub alpine zone. It is protected and listed in the Red Data Book of Bulgaria and Red List of IUCN. These very few good seeds have been collected from garden-grown plants. ... Learn More

    $6.53

  8. LILIUM LANKONGENSE

    An unusual turkscap type lily from China, with strong stems bearing delicate pale pink pagoda flowers spotted with crimson that exude a strong sweet scent. A stoloniferous lime tolerant species, but it is not invasive, loving to run about in soft leafy soil with added humus that does not get too wet if possible. It does not appear above ground until late May but carries on flowering well into July. ... Learn More

    $4.61

  9. LILIUM LEUCANTHEMUM CENTIFOLIUM

    From China comes this strong-growing plant that makes strong stems with large, powerfully fragrant, greenish-yellow-throated, white flared bells. It is very hardy and will make a large clump over the years. ... Learn More

    $3.78

  10. LILIUM LONGIFLORUM

    The glorious combination of snow-white blooms and majestic fragrance is certainly why this particular lily was given the name 'Snow Queen'. Trumpet-shaped blooms, shaded yellow within, have protruding delicate stamens crowned by golden yellow anthers, and are atop a tall stem adorned with glossy lance-shaped foliage. This stem rooting lily is native to the Ryukyu Islands and Taiwan. ... Learn More

    $3.78

  11. LILIUM MACKLINIAE

    Each stem of this rare and outstandingly beautiful small lily carries ivory coloured open bowls, which hang slightly downwards and are sometimes very pale pink inside, and flushed reddish purple outside. Quite a newly-discovered flower, it was originally collected by Frank Kingdon Ward in 1946 from the mountains of northern India, near the border with Burma, when it was originally thought to be a nomocharis, and he named it after his second wife, Jean Macklin. ... Learn More

    $4.61

  12. LILIUM MARTAGON (PINK)

    This strong-growing lily forms a clump of erect stems bearing whorls of narrow leaves and with large racemes of nodding, glossy purplish-pink flowers with recurved petals in early summer, with the occasional odd plant flowering white. Hardy and long-lived it is a valuable addition to any garden. ... Learn More

    $3.52

  13. LILIUM MARTAGON ALBUM

    This is the lovely white form of this excellent plant, bearing pendent flowers with waxy, reflexed petals. It is an exceptionally easy, long-lived plant for the garden, multiplying up over the years. The occasional seedling may produce pink flowers. ... Learn More

    $3.52

  14. LILIUM MARTAGON INSHRIACH ROSE

    This unusual and most attractive form was developed at the famous Inshriach Nursery in Scotland, its attractively-brushed rose flowers opening on dark stems in June and July. This flower is easy to cultivate and will even thrive in dry shade. ... Learn More

    $3.78

  15. LILIUM MARTAGON RED

    This is the more unusual and extremely desirable darker-coloured form of this strong-growing lily. It forms a clump of erect stems bearing whorls of narrow leaves with large racemes of nodding, glossy, deepest red flowers with recurved petals in early summer. Bone hardy and long-lived it is a valuable addition to any garden. ... Learn More

    $3.78

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