e had a nice rain -
nearly an inch and muchly needed. The first Asiatic lily
pictured is curious because it often has blossoms on the same
stem that open up at the same time with slight color
variations. They run from almost white to pale yellow and pale
The "Amarone" lily is
pictured next. It is a new Asiatic. Next to it on the right is an orange lily
from past years. I don't know its name. Directly under it is another new Asiatic named, "Plum Burgendy."
The grandma of them
all is the left one on the bottom. It is a simple "ditch lily" as some people call it because it is the wild variety that is often found growing in ditches. It is not only hardy, but spreads like crazy. I got my start from my good friend, Jill, in Ohio, where oddles of them grow wild.
of garden 2002
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