Species Lilies Leopard Lily

Species Lilies Leopard Lily

Fiery flowers.

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Glowing ember shades of gold and orange with a hint of red. Each bloom has deep purple spots. The blooms are reflexed with a golden to orange reverse. The pendant flowers have long, ornamental anthers.

The stems of the Leopard Lily are tall, towering up to 2.5m! Up to 20 flowers from established bulbs.

The Leopard Lily is native to Southern California. While there are a lot of great new hybrid Lilies out there, sometimes it is nice to add some old fashioned charm to garden beds. These varieties have stood the test of time. Flowers open from midsummer. They are also good for picking. The leaves are deep green.

Species Lilies are easy to grow. Plant the bulbs in full sun in a well drained soil. Water them in and keep them moist in active growth. You don't need to lift the bulbs every year, just leave them in the ground to multiply. Add some slow release fertiliser each season when the foliage appears.

Code

LIQLL

Botantical name

Lilium pardalinum

Height

1.2-2.5

Width

20cm

Flowers

Summer

Climate

Cool to Sub-Tropical

Availability

Australia wide

Frost hardiness

Aspect

Full Sun to Semi Shade

Supplied as

Bulbs

Water needs

2