We are offering six additional lilies for this year’s LilyPalooza that will be available only at LilyPalooza on Saturday, October 29th, beginning at 9 a.m. until they are sold out.
These lilies were last minute additions we snagged from our suppliers. Most are either really new, like ‘Roselily 1050,’ which doesn’t even have a true name yet, or not widely available in the trade. We just couldn’t pass up the opportunity to bring them in. We hope you agree.
Rose Lily 1050
You can be one of the first to have this gem in your garden. It is so new it still has its trial name ‘Roselily 1050’ while it awaits its true name to be approved. Its fully double clear pick flowers with pale creamy green centers are sure to delight. It is very fragrant, and it only gets 12-18 inches tall. You can put this lily at the front of your border or in a small nook and enjoy its splendor without blocking your view of the rest of your garden.
A must-have for any Lily enthusiast, Magny Cours’ unique blooms are deep pink with pure white borders. Like most Oriental lilies, Magny Cours is wonderfully fragrant and makes for amazing bouquets. A smaller variety, growing to be about 16inches tall, we recommend planting this summer beauty in a border, small space, or even a container garden.
Bright white upfacing flowers generously spotted with maroon spots. Grows 2-3 feet tall.
Deep purple-red flowers appearing nearly black at times are held upright on 2-3 foot stems. This lily will take your garden to a new dimension in color. Best grown were the flowers are shaded from the hottest of afternoon sun.
Apricot flowers with coral highlights in the center and darker dots radiating out. Downward to outward facing recurved petaled flowers nod in the breeze on stems 3 to 4 feet tall. Stems are dark and set off the foliage and blooms.
Up facing clear sunny yellow flowers with light spots in the throat are born on sturdy stems. As you can see from the photo, each stem has a multitude of flowers giving you a large and extended bloom.