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The Pink Tiger Lily is a luscious pink form of the Orange Tiger Lily, with the same beautiful, black spotted petals and downward-facing blooms. It's as hardy, easy to grow and striki...
With fiery orange petals dotted with burgundy-black, the Orange Tiger Lily has been a garden staple throughout the country for many years. It's extremely easy to grow, adding drama a...
With traits similar to the original Orange version, the Red Tiger Lily has the same strong, upright stems and distinctive fragrance. Its crimson petals are flecked with dark spots an...
The White Tiger Lily is a version of the wild Orange Tiger Lily, but with pure white petals and dark burgundy-brown spots. Its downward-facing blooms and recurving petals are dramati...
Tiger Lilies have been a garden staple throughout the country for many years. Extremely easy to grow, they add a dramatic effect to both the garden and to bouquets. They bloom in mid to late summer and are famous for their large, spotted petals that open wide and bend backwards, as they 'nod' into full bloom . While the Orange Tiger Lily is the most popular variety, you can also find these beauties in a large array of colors.