A newly opened stargazer flower on 23 July 2013 (if I could only send the aroma through the internet!)
My prize possessions!
These tend to multiply every year in my garden and are always a welcome sight.
It is interesting to see the variations in color of this flower in different parts of the country.
Northcentral Florida, Zone 8b. A pretty, dark flower, grown in light shade. It has a medium, sweet fragrance that seems more noticable at night.
Butterflies love this plant. It was progated from seed and bloomed the 2nd year. This picture was at 3 years. Comments to: [email protected]
Grows superb in sandy loam with full sun. Will not tolerate frost.
A gorgeous lily that I always look forward to seeing each coming year.
First bloom ever
Hardy Oriental Lily "Lilium Stargazer" Superbly fragrant flowers.
Oriental Lily 'Stargazer' - Aug. '04 in my garden
Close-up of the upfacing flower and bud
Close-up of Stargazer lilies.
Mature and reproduced emerging in spring
deformed,thats why i bought it 3 years ago
Currently blooming profusily in a deck pot. Can't wait to see what it does in the ground!
Stargazer Lily in Pittsburgh PA, 07-19-05
Stargazer Lily in Pittsburgh PA 07-27-05
I beyond love this plant (I love oriental lilies in genera) This is a lovely bicolor/pink one. Very spicy. Strong grower. This one is about 5 feet. :)
Plants just bursting into bloom : :)
Closeup in early August 2005, Spokane Valley, WA (Zone 5b)
Simply beautiful, fragrant, very hardy; tall 38-42" strong stems. Excellent garden choice.
The Star Gazer stands out above the rest!
striking blooms that stand out every year - an outstanding contrast with hydrangea
Oriental Lily "Stargazer" grown in Los Alamos, NM
year-old stargazer lilies, Vancouver Island, British Columbia
one of my stargazer lilies planted for my wedding last year
Growing on a balcony in Denver, CO, zone 5b, very dry climate.
Grown in pots on my balcony. 1-2 bulbs per pot.
from my own garden. Blooms in late June/early July here in zone 7b.
Stargazer lily August 2008
Stargazer lily August 2008
Always a pleasure, always reliable, always beautiful.
Wo0t! They finally bloomed.
Up close and personal with this timeless beauty
what's not to love!
Deer LOVE to eat the buds just before they bloom!!!
This is my Stargazer lily doing good on the shady side of my house.
Grew so tall had to stake it with rebar! August, 2010.
A favorite for over 20 years -- just have to smell them, too -- even though the pollen makes my nose orange! August, 2010.
My Yard, July, 2010
Every summer Stargazers surprise me with their beauty.
Star Gazers springing back to life in mid April 2010.
Star Gazer explodes with a plethora of flowers in mid July 2010.
Star Gazer bud pregnant with promise in mid July 2011.
My first Stargazer flower of the 2013 season on 15 July
Smells so good.
The last bud of this summer on 1 August 2013
Up close and personal with my last stargazer flower of the season on 3 August 2013.
The last Star Gazer flower of this summer on 3 August 2013.
Flora's Oriental Lily 'Stargazer' in her Waihi garden, NZ
My last Stargazer flower for this season on 11 August 2014.
Stargazer Lily in profile on 23 July 2014
Hardy in our zone in the garden, or in lasrge containers.
Summer 2015 Stargazer Blossom in perfect form
The only lily that made it to blooming stage. Slugfest 2015 - Ugh! (Zone 8b)