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 'Lilium distichum' <BR> Kochang Lily

'Lilium distichum'
Kochang Lily

Item# LS50
Archive Item
(Species / Wild Lily)
Difficult to cultivate, Lilium distichum is a native of Manchuria and Korea being found in forests on gently sloping hills. It closely resembles Lilium medeoloides and is often confused with it. Not a heavy bloomer, the out-to-slightly pendant flowers are orange-red in color with dark spotting and are held aloft on 2 to 3 foot (60 to 90 cm) stems. Being a woodland species, it likes moisture and shade. Seed is delayed hypogeal in germination.

Title photo copyright Pontus Wallsten of Switzerland. Used with permission. Pontus has an excellent book titled 'The Lily Species and their bulbs' and he can be contacted by email at pontus.wallsten@bluewin.ch for more information. He also offers some rare species lilies in limited quantities that are shipped from his nursery in Switzerland.

Photo insert copyright Marco Schmidt, all rights reserved. Source WikiMedia Commons. This file is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported license. Photo taken in Nogodan, Jirisan, South Korea.

This page is for reference only, not as an offer to sell species bulbs or seeds.
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