'L. ocellatum' (Lilium)
Lily Bulb Description
Native to Southern California, Lilium ocellatum is often confused with Lilium humboldtii growing further north. The pendant flowers held atop the 6 foot stems of this species are cadmium-orange with red tips and are covered in large, spots. A dry land type, it is quite difficult to cultivate. This is one of those species that is best left to be view in the wild. Photo courtesy of Orrel Ballantyne
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