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 'Lilium habaense'

'Lilium habaense'

Item# LS37
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(Species / Wild Lily)
Lilium habaense is found on the Zhongdian Plateau in northwestern Yunnan Province in China on stony, grassy mountain slopes from 12,000 to 14,500 feet (3,800 to 4,500 meters). Discovered in 1939 by Kuo Mei Feng, Lilium habaense flowers in June on 16 to 24 inch (40 to 60 cm) stems and seed is ripe in August. Reported as being very rare even in its natural habitat now.

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