I bought it last summer at Home Depot to fill a hole in my border - I could not resist the beauty of the unique bloom. Unfortunately, I didn't save the tag and I don't have a clue what it is called. Does anyone know?
Anyone recognize this lovely lily?
Looks to me to be of the Tango Series also maybe Honeybee.
It's so gorgeous visitors to my garden ask about it and I'm embarrassed to say "I don't know...".
I don't like 'tags' on the plants in my garden (reminds me of Minnie Pearl), but my memory isn't too hot.
It's 24" tall.
"Tiny Sensation" is gorgeous!
This message was edited Jun 9, 2011 11:26 AM
is the flower yellow or orange.if its orange then yes its halloween
I know that last year many nurseries and box stores were selling a lot of lilies in the 'Tiny' series. Here is a whole page of them and you see if a name rings a bell. http://www.acornfarms.com/Lilium.htm
Tango Halloween (actually Kentucky) is a considerably taller LA.
I purchased a tango called Halloween (from a big nursery like Springhill, until I knew better) & from this site I was told it was/should be called HoneyBee so I quess I don't really know. I love the colors of the lily and will keep it even if I don't know the correct name. Mine is quite tall but, has the same coloration of the lily in your garden.
Perhaps mine is shorter because it is in a fairly shady area? The tags always say 'full sun', but I have very few areas of full sun.
i buy my halloween tango from -vanBougondien.so i know the name is true
Leawood, Tiny Sensation is but 14" tall.
You postulated in your last entry that your lilies in shade are shorter due to shade location. Actually shade placement of many lilies makes them higher (as they are 'reaching for the sun').
Perhaps Music Art or Graffiti http://davesgarden.com/guides/pf/showimage/283186/