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Leichtlinii is a wild lily that resembles tiger lilies, especially the variety maximowiczii which is orange. It produces yellow flowers that have burgundy purple spots from its purpl...
Turk's Cap Liliy has showy scarlet-red petals that bend deeply backwards as they open. A truly classic addition to the summer garden, this fragrant lily can produce up to 40 blooms o...
The Wild Rose Red Lily of Japan is covered with dangling, down-facing blossoms in shades of magenta and white. The flowers of this ancestral species plant are 6" across and exception...
Wild Lilies (or Species Lilies) are some of the world's most magnificent wildflowers! Traced back to mountainsides, swamps, and prairies across the globe, all of the glamorous Lily hybrids we enjoy today are descended from these botanical treasures. Perfect additions to native gardens, you may even recognize some that still grow strong in your corner of the world.