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Lilium Species (And Select F1 Hybrids)

About Wild Lilies (plus their F1 hybrids)<BR> & MartagonsThe 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.

Guarantee of Lilium species and their close hybrids: All of our species lilies have been propagated from seed or by division in commercial nursery beds, we do not offer ANY wild collected material. Although some species can take up to seven years to flower from seed, if you pay careful attention to their natural wild habitat, ideal conditions can be duplicated at home for success with even the most difficult types.

Because of the varying individual requirements of Lilium species as well as F1 Hybrids of difficult species offered from time to time, they are guaranteed true-to-name only, not for failure to grow. Species lilies can sometimes take a full season before they emerge. The more finicky ones are marked as "difficult". None of those types are being listed for Fall 2017 sales.

Bear in mind that any species lily or martagon hybrid may take a year or two before flowering the first time - or may bloom right away, they can be unpredictable - so if a stem emerges right way and does not flower, and has not been over watered, chances are it is still trying to settle itself into the new micro climate.



'Fusion' - Easter Lily x L. pardalinum
'Fusion' - Easter Lily x L. pardalinum

Easter Lily x L. pardalinum, Brick Red/Gold, 3+ Feet. June/July Flowering. Fragrant.

'Fusion' - Easter Lily x L. pardalinum
L8236$10.95, 3 for $31.85, 6 for $61.70
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'Kushi Maya' - Species x Oriental Lily
'Kushi Maya' - Species x Oriental Lily

Lily Species x White Oriental Lily. Yellow lime green, purpleish center, 3+ Feet. July Bloom. Scented.

'Kushi Maya' - Species x Oriental Lily
l8056$9.95, 3 for $28.85, 6 for $55.70
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'L. auratum' - Species Lily Bulb
'L. auratum' - Species Lily Bulb

40th ANNIVERSARY SALE on SIX PACKS
Species (Wild) Lily White/gold band,
4 to 6 Feet, July Flowering, Fragrant.

'L. auratum' - Species Lily Bulb
L8002$9.95, 3 for $28.85, 6 for $35.82
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'L. regale album' - Species or Wild Lily
'L. regale album' - Species or Wild Lily

Lilium - Species (Wild Lily). White,
3 to 4 Feet, Early July, Very Fragrant.

'L. regale album' - Species or Wild Lily
L8102$7.95, 3 for $22.85, 6 for $43.70
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'L. regale' - Species (Wild) Lily
'L. regale' - Species (Wild) Lily

Lilium - Species (Wild) Lily. White,
3 to 6 Feet, Late July, Very Fragrant.

'L. regale' - Species (Wild) Lily
L8013$6.95, 3 for $19.85, 6 for $37.70
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'L. speciosum Uchida' - Species Lily Bulb
'L. speciosum Uchida' - Species Lily Bulb

Lily Species (wild lily) Pink/white, 3 to 4 Feet, August / September Flowering. Fragrant.

'L. speciosum Uchida' - Species Lily Bulb
L8018$6.95, 3 for $19.85, 6 for $37.70
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FREE Bonus Bulbs
FREE Bonus Bulbs

FREE Bonus Bulbs
bonusCatalog price: $4.95SALE: $0.00
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 #109/Orienpet (Mixed Colors)
 #104/Trumpet (mixed colors)
 #105/Oriental (Mixed Colors)
 #103/Asiatic (mixed colors)


Wild Lilies <BR>(Knowledge Base)
Wild Lilies
(Knowledge Base)


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. A journey back to the lily species that made your hybrid bulbs will lead you across the entire Northern Hemisphere. (Click on photo to learn more.)


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