Favorite lily pics

Lewisburg, KY(Zone 6a)

I am such a sucker for a pretty face. I could use some new lilies. Can you post the name and a pic of your favs? Also if they increase well.

Thanks,
Teresa

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Pittsford, NY(Zone 6a)

Here is a list.
Look them up in Plant Files,saves too many posts
Lollipop,
Giraffe
Fata Morgana
Orange Art
Music Art
Light House

Lewisburg, KY(Zone 6a)

Thanks, ge
I do have Yellow Lollipop and love it.

Lincoln, NE(Zone 5b)

All Asiatics and LA's have always been quick to increase for me.

Royal Sunset is one of my favorites.

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Pittsford, NY(Zone 6a)

Thats fabulous Moby. I have a small bunch of 3 I planted last spring.
Dare I hope?

(Mary) Anchorage, AK(Zone 4b)

Wish I would just leave the derned things alone so they would clump beautifully like yours. Mine stand little single little soldiers throughout my yard. Just gotta' tinker...

Divernon, IL(Zone 5b)

Leopard Lily

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Stamford, CT(Zone 6b)

Just gorgeous. Night pictures are the best to show off the blooms without distractions.

Teresa and Moby, yours are also gorgeous.

Mstella, you planted yours a reasonable distance apart, they way you are supposed to do, and it's probably healthy for the plants. Ours are in close proximity for lack of room. Lots are in containers. Your asiatics will most certainly be filling in, first as little squirts, then as mature stems.

Lincoln, NE(Zone 5b)

I've had Royal Sunset for 7 years. Yours will come along. :)

I completely understand your 'little soldiers' ~ this pic was from 2007, the first summer after the move. They'll be a jungle before you know it!

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(Mary) Anchorage, AK(Zone 4b)

Well, for better or worse, they ain't moving again. I have daylilies, with bearded iris in front, then regular lilies in front of them all circling a small slopped hillock only about 10 feet across. I had a garden 'expert' come take a look last year just to get an opinion and she said that I had too much of the same leaf structure. So I added some Campanula and Purple Dome aster to the rear and scattered some poppy seeds amongst the whole tribe. Should be interesting.

Lincoln, NE(Zone 5b)

I'm sure it will be lovely.

Pittsford, NY(Zone 6a)

All flowers are beautiful no matter where they grow.

North of Atlanta, GA(Zone 8a)

jm, I love your leopard lily. Do you get little bubblets on those lilies?

Divernon, IL(Zone 5b)

no bulblets

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Divernon, IL(Zone 5b)

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North of Atlanta, GA(Zone 8a)

:(
How about seed pods? I want some of them! Added them to my wish list!

Putnam County, IN(Zone 5b)

Blood Tiger.....oops got this from Buggy so. It does increase pretty good.

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Putnam County, IN(Zone 5b)

I love Eudoxia! Not one to increase fast..but still worth growing.

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Putnam County, IN(Zone 5b)

AVOCADO is nice and it is VERY vigorous!! I had to remove it from my garden last fall because I just didn't have the room for it as fast as it multiplied!

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Ocala, FL(Zone 9a)

Our Easter Lily patch this year

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Agawam, MA(Zone 6a)

tony9779, Just beautiful!

Lincoln, NE(Zone 5b)

I'll bet it smells heavenly.

Lewisburg, KY(Zone 6a)

any new pics?

(Judith) Denver, CO(Zone 5b)

I loved this Salsa asiatic. I treated them as an annual, so wouldn't know about how they multiply. But if they're anything like the others I've let go for years, they should do just fine.

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Ocala, FL(Zone 9a)

Crinum Lily, Milk and Wine

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Ocala, FL(Zone 9a)

Gloriosa Lily

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Elkhart, IA(Zone 5a)

Moby, I love the picture of your Royal Sunset lilys but what's the name of the daylily in front? Very pretty!

Lincoln, NE(Zone 5b)

That daylily is Iona Sassy Sarah.

Divernon, IL(Zone 5b)

Summer Night

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Lincoln, NE(Zone 5b)

Isn't it hard to get a good pic of Summer Night?! It really isn't that red, but the color sure comes out when the sun shines on it. :)

Divernon, IL(Zone 5b)

so true Moby...
Zeus and Marquee

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Divernon, IL(Zone 5b)

Zeus, Marquee, and Venture

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Lafayette, IN(Zone 5a)

My Madonna Lilies bloomed awesome this year! I just hope they do well next year too!

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Lincoln, NE(Zone 5b)

Wonderful lilies!

Divernon, IL(Zone 5b)

Golden Torch, Neon Gold, and Royal Perfume

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Divernon, IL(Zone 5b)

Tiger Play, Good Night and Rubeckias

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(Judith) Denver, CO(Zone 5b)

Love that combo! I can grow that in one of my containers and it'll be gorgeous! Which rudbeckia is it?

Divernon, IL(Zone 5b)

The Rudbeckia is a self-seeded cross. The collar color kind of resembles the 'Denver Diasy". Other than Cherry Brandy, I've not planted any new named varieties in garden for some years. The yearly manifestation always yields strange combinations of varietial characteristics. Cherokee Sunset, Chim Chiminee, and Prairie Sun were the original stock.
Here's an interesting example:

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(Judith) Denver, CO(Zone 5b)

Wow, I didn't know they did that. I took all of my Denver Daisies out last year. I should have let them set seed and grow again this year. I had no idea they changed from year to year. That's a really awesome rudbeckia.

Chicago, IL(Zone 5b)

I'm jealous! My lilies are still buds. I will post when they are in bloom. I was just sitting outside and wondering why they are not in full bloom. Maybe because I'm closer to the lake than the rest of you that are in zone 5?

I love the combination jmorth.

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