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Click on a category to learn more about the different types of lily bulbs - if there is both a price and "add to cart" button, that variety is currently available for purchase.

Our main shipping season is Mid October for Fall delivery and Mid April in Spring, you can use the pull down menu to change to a later date if you wish. A limited number of varieties might be ready to go earlier, but earlier delivery is not guaranteed - it depends primarily on weather both here and across the USA for safe shipping.

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**Lily Bulbs by Color**
**Lily Bulbs by Color**

These are general color groups, with some overlap between sections.

Easy to Grow  Asiatic Lilies
Easy to Grow Asiatic Lilies

Easy to grow Asiatic lilies to start the lily season in all areas with dependable color and reliability in even the most severe climate. Found in the widest range of color in the Lily bulb kingdom. They multiply well and have unscented blooms, making them perfect for individuals sensitive to fragrance. Wildly adaptable throughout USDA Zones 3 to 10.

Longiflorum (LA's etc.) - Scented Asiatic Lilies
Longiflorum (LA's etc.) - Scented Asiatic Lilies

These hardy, easy to grow hybrids derived from crosses between L. longiflorum (Easter Lily) and the more familiar Asiatics (and most recently Oriental lilies) add a wide splash of color between your Asiatic and Trumpet bloom times.

Orienpet Lily Bulbs
Orienpet Lily Bulbs

Known as Orienpets or OT Hybrids, these Interspecific crosses between Oriental and Trumpet lilies have produced lily bulbs that easily weather late Midwestern frosts and have the sweet fragrance and shape of Oriental lilies. Trialed under multi zonal garden conditions, you can now have even solid yellow "Orientals" for late summer bloom.

Species / Wild Lilies (plus their F1 hybrids)
Species / Wild Lilies (plus their F1 hybrids)

The forerunner of all of today's modern hybrids, Lilium species can be found in diverse areas, from sandy beaches of Japan or mountain ranges of China, to swampy bog areas of the eastern USA. We offer the most commonly grown species, easily adaptable to your garden.

Most are grown the same as any other hybrid lily, with only a slight variance of soil or watering requirement. Special needs are indicated within the descriptions.

Spicy Oriental Lilies
Spicy Oriental Lilies

These lilies produce some the the most exotic and showy flowers in the plant kingdom. Indeed, casual observers will often mistake the blooms for huge orchids. Oriental lily bulbs prefer slightly acid, well-drained soil. Where temperature are consistently above 90 degrees F. during the summer, plant in dappled shade or where the hot afternoon sun will be blocked.

Trumpets And Aurelians<BR> (& L. henryi  hybrids)  Lily Bulbs
Trumpets And Aurelians
(& L. henryi hybrids) Lily Bulbs


Trumpets and Aurelians bloom in July and have a heavy, perfumed fragrance - a perfect transition between early-flowering Asiatic lilies and the spicy-scented Oriental lilies.

WEB-ONLY (Plus all<BR>last minute additions)
WEB-ONLY (Plus all
last minute additions)


Our catalogs are composed so far in advance of the actual print date that we sometimes need to guess just which lily bulb varieties will be available for sale from year to year. Here you will find our listing of varieties that were too few in numbers to show in our catalog as well as our connoisseur and rare collector lilies.


Wild Lilies
Timely Tips!
Wild Lily bulbs making up the genus Lilium belong to the family Liliaceae comprising of approximately 200 genera made up of approximately 2,000 lily species. There are in the neighborhood of 110 to 120 Lilium species depending on whose classification you reference. For the full article, click Knowledge Base