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Cant find an ID on these lilies, please help!

Posted by lizzslilies none (My Page) on
Sun, Jul 22, 12 at 22:14

I have 5 lilys that i dont know the names of. 2 are orientals, 3 are asiatic. if you can help please! Here is # 1 it's an asiatic. (sorry in advance, not sure how to upload more than one at a time)


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Here is #2 it's another asiatic


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#3 the last asiatic, the coloring is kinda off in the pic. but if you can send me in the right direction, I would be a very happy person.


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#4 is an oriental, very amazed when it came out white, but happy!


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#5 oriental also white but I think it looks the same as the 4th but doesn't at the same time.


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can someone help?


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Are the asiatic ones dwarfs? May be Orange Pixie and Red Pixie


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Can't help you with the asiatics, but the last one--white oriental--might be Casa Blanca--very popular oriental, grows about 3-4 ft high, tends to bloom a bit later than most other lilies.

Kate


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RE: Cant find an ID on these lilies, please help!

I'm afraid these lilies are very nondescript types and each could be one of several named cultivars. you could put a name to them, but you will never really know if it is really true or not. Sorry. Casa Blanca is all white (no yellow) and has no spots, so that could not be the last one.


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The last one is an auratum, Gold Band


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RE: Cant find an ID on these lilies, please help!

Not auratum in my opinion. None of the typical varieties of L. auratum looks like this. L. auratum and var. platyphyllum have strong reddish dots, var. virginale has much more pronounced yellow ray. It is just one of many hybrids.


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