'L. michiganense' (Lilium)
Lily Bulb Description
With a wide range from Oklahoma to Southern Ontario, the 'Michigan Lily' is closely related to Lilium canadense and Lilium superbum . The pendant flowers are orange-red in color and are heavily spotted in brown. It will cross with other Eastern North American Species, but nothing has ever been commercially introduced. Requiring well drained soils, we found it to be easier to cultivate than the West Coast dry land types.
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