'L. primulinum var. burmaniacum' (Lilium)

Lily Bulb - 'L. primulinum var. burmaniacum'
Lily Bulb - 'L. primulinum var. burmaniacum'
Item# LS115
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Lily Bulb Description

From Tibet, and Burma, the pendant, primrose yellow flowers of this rare beauty are richly colored in a royal purple. If seed can be obtained, it should be grown in a sheltered spot or a cool greenhouse. As with so many of the native lilies, drainage is a must. It is reported that de Graaff succeeded in crossing Lilium primulinum with some of his best trumpets, but there are no recorded introductions from those crosses. We look forward to the day we can locate verifiable seed of this species and give it a try. Old Oregon Bulb Farm stock photo courtesy of Ed McRae

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