his is a
true tiger lily. They do not produce seeds, which makes them impossible to
hybridize. I think it is hard to imagine what would improve them, anyway.
The tiger lily plants grow from bulbs. Tiny black bulbils (bulblets) develop where the
leaves join the stalk. The bulbils eventually drop off, producing new plants. I've had
tiger lilies for many years, since my children were small.
The second row has a hibiscus growing in a
pot outside on the garden steps. The
third picture is another variety of peach daylily.
The last picture is
another shot of my burgendy daylilies. I have several
clumps of this vigorous and lovely lily.
of garden 2002
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