'L. taliense' (Lilium)
Lily Bulb Description
A difficult but striking alpine native of China, the Turk's Cap flowers of Lilium taliense vary from snow white with just a few purple spots to nearly black in heavily spotted specimens. Grown in abundance by Jan de Graaff and part of the parentage of his old 'Harlequin Hybrids' selected from his famous "Midcentury" lines. Though found in limestone soils in nature, it has grown well in neutral as well as slightly acidic soils.
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