'L. pyrenaicum' (Lilium)
Lily Bulb Description
From the Pyrenees from which it gains its name, the lovely, golden flowers carry a rather unpleasant scent. Occasionally showing a few black specks on the flower face, Lilium pyrenaicum seems to grow well in heavier loam soils that drain well. It is the earliest of the European natives to flower each year, usually bursting into bloom in late May in the Pacific Northwest. Generally felt to be easy to cultivate we have always had great success in the cool greenhouse.
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