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 'Lilium anhuiense'

'Lilium anhuiense'

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Little is known about this species other than it was discovered by Zhang & Shao in 1991 in the Southern Anhui, Shitai Xian, China at about 2,500 ft. (800m). As with L. puerense speculation is they might be a form of L sulpherum. Only time and study will tell. At this time, in 2019, it is considered a species unto itself. Dr. Marcus Hohenegger reports on his site that it is "tender" and not very hardy and would be best grown in a cool, frost free greenhouse. Photo Yondong Gao from Dr. Hohenegger's site.

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