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Hybrid Oriental Lilies - Oriental Lilies are one of the most beautiful of all lilies and their fragrance permeates the garden air. These are the lilies that florists favor for summer bouquets and bridal centerpieces. Blooming later in the season than most other lilies, these exotic beauties are truly spectacular in color and flower size. Grows in Zones 3 - 10.

Some of the varieties available are:
Casa Blanca- The finest dazzling white with 10 inch flowers.
Hot Lips - White with dark pink stripes and spots. (Top Right)
Montreal - A vigorous lily with large fragrant flowers. Creamy white with gold bands.
Star Gazer - Vivid red with white margins. Excellent for pots.
Kiss Proof - Deep pink with white margins.
Tom Pouce - Lavender with yellow stripes.(Bottom Right)
Mona Lisa - Light Pink with darker pink center.
Hot Lips Oriental Lips
Tom Pouce Oriental Lily

Asiatic Lilies - Nothing compares to a mass of colorful lilies in full bloom. The lily is a symbol of majesty. Fragrant and lovely with attractively reflexed petals, Asiatic Lilies are great for the garden. Blooms in early summer. Plant in Part Shade 12 - 18 inches apart. Grows in Zones 3 - 9.
Some of the varieties Available:
Aphrodite - Double Pink Blossoms(Pictured at right)
Fata Morgana - Double Yellow Blossoms.
Elite - Single Orange Blossoms.
Aphrodite Asiatic Lily

Tiger Lilies - The traditional Orange Tiger lilies have been a garden favorite since Victorian days. Tiger Lilies are recognized for their broad, slightly recurved petals that are attractively dotted with black spots. They are among the easiest of all lilies to grow in almost any type of soil, and will naturalize once they are established. They bloom from July to September with as many as 12 to 20 blooms per stem. They can grow up to 60 inches tall. Hardy from zones 4 - 10.

Some of the varieties available are:
Orange Tiger Lily (Tigrinum Splendens): Large flowers of gleaming salmon-orange with black dots. (Pictured at right)
Pink Tiger Lily (Tigrinum Rose): Lovely rich pink flowers sprinkled all over with black dots.
Yellow Tiger (Lily Yellow Star): Bright buttery yellow with all-over black dots, blooms profusely.
Orange Tiger Lily

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