Lily 'Durango'

plantomaniac08(8)February 5, 2014

This is my first time posting to this forum. I purchased a bag of six 'Lily Durango' bulbs this morning. I understand that Asiatic Lilies are bulbs, while Daylilies are not. When I looked up 'Durango' Lily it says it is a Daylily (according to the AHS Daylily Cultivar Search), but I have a bag of bulbs. I'm already confused.

Is there a way for me to tell if I even have Lily bulbs?

They are Van Zyverden bulbs. I tried going to their website, but it doesn't even list orange Lilies. When I type in 'Durango,' it shows me a picture of a Marigold.

Without opening the bag, this is the best picture I can show you of what's growing inside the bag:

Here's the package. Sorry, I know it's blurry:


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Bumping my own post down. They are indeed Asiatic Lilies (although I've since removed the pictures from my Photobucket album since this post) and will be blooming soon.

    Bookmark   March 18, 2014 at 4:26PM
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