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Talking about Lily (Lilium columbianum), Bonehead wrote:

Native in the Pacific NW, found in meadows, open forests, and clearings at low to subalpine elevations. The bulbs may be steamed and eaten, although they are bitter and peppery. Old wives tale: if one smells a tiger lily, it will give you freckles.

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Talking about Lily (Lilium 'Deliana'), pardalinum wrote:

This lily is registered as a longiflorum cultivar backcrossed to a Longiflorum/Asiatic lily, hence common name Longiflorum/Asiatic lily. It appears that it is often sold as a Longiflorum/Oriental lily (LO lily), probably due to its trumpet form.

Registration is found in the RHS International Lily Register and Checklist 2007.

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Talking about Lily (Lilium 'Casper'), stilldew wrote:

I have Casper planted in full sun. The blooms seemed to not last very long during a hot spell. It might do better planted in part shade.

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Talking about Lily (Lilium 'Peach Angel™'), pardalinum wrote:

The first blooms of these upright trumpet lilies may start out more outfacing. Then, as the blooms progress up the raceme, they become more upright.

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Talking about Lily (Lilium 'Golden Angels™'), pardalinum wrote:

From B&D Lilies, these are a group of the best clones selected from their 'Golden Angels' strain of upright trumpet lilies.

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