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Asiatic Pot Lilies - Tiny Ghost

Posted by callousedknees z5 IN (My Page) on
Tue, Jul 3, 07 at 22:32

I just purchased a bunch of lilies on clearance and then I found out that they are Asiatic Pot Lilies from the "Tiny" line. Mine are called "Tiny Ghost". I can't find any information on "Pot Lilies". Are they the same as regular Asiatic lilies? Can I plant them in the ground and expect them to come up next year or do they need to be in a pot? I can't imagine them needing to be in a pot, but want to be sure. The tag says they are okay in my zone (5). Can anyone verify? I have not grown any lilies before. Thanks.


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RE: Asiatic Pot Lilies - Tiny Ghost

I googled "pot" lilies and they said they are the smaller version can be planted in pots or front border. Hope this helps


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RE: Asiatic Pot Lilies - Tiny Ghost

Thank you! I googled too, but I couldn't find much. They must be fairly new.


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RE: Asiatic Pot Lilies - Tiny Ghost

I just bought some this year too, tiny ghost and tiny todd...couldnt find any info when i googled it..they had better come back, they are gorgeous! I cant see why they wouldnt. I planted mine in several areas in my yard. They look just like all my other asiatic lilies. All pot lilies I have ever bought I planted outside, and they have all done well. Good luck!


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RE: Asiatic Pot Lilies - Tiny Ghost

You can find some info and pictures of 'Tiny' Lilies here. Choose Asiatic group and click 'Search' button. Scroll down to all 'Tiny' Lilies.


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RE: Asiatic Pot Lilies - Tiny Ghost

that site says tiny ghost is purple..i wouldnt call it purple tho. not much info there. heres two pics of mine..when they first openthey are more red. as they fade they get purple. last one is a pic of tiny todd

http://i16.photobucket.com/albums/b9/daniellalell/DSC01756.jpg

http://i16.photobucket.com/albums/b9/daniellalell/DSC01792.jpg

http://i16.photobucket.com/albums/b9/daniellalell/DSC01749.jpg


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RE: Asiatic Pot Lilies - Tiny Ghost

Daniella, instead of copying first link from the Photobucket, copy the third one :-) It will do it a little easier for everyone...

Daniella's pictures:

Nice Lilies!


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O! Thank you for that Alina!


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I can't wait until they bloom next year. They were done when I got them and those pictures are awesome! Thanks for all the info!


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RE: Asiatic Pot Lilies - Tiny Ghost

I purchased my Asiatic Pot Lilies 'Tiny Ghost' from a home improvement store May 2008. The tag said "Lily Looks" and had website printed on the label. I went to the site and found lots of good info. They also have a Q/A page with more good info.

Here is a link that might be useful: Lily Looks


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RE: Asiatic Pot Lilies - Tiny Ghost

Thanks lretta... this year my lilies are covered with buds and they have multiplied. I have about 3-4 stems for each stem I had last year... incredible! I will try to post pics after they bloom.


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RE: Asiatic Pot Lilies - Tiny Ghost

I planted two pots of Tiny Ghost last year. They came back incredibly strong and healthy this year, and have multiplied to three stems each (from one). I love them and everyone comments about them. They are more deep blood red than purple in my garden. Mine are in full bloom, but I am horrible at posting pics. I'll see if I can figure it out.


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