Answer: Tiger lilies (Lilium lancifolium) will grow to 4' or taller, producing orange flowers spotted with black. They bloom in the summer. When the flowers fade, cut the blooming stalk all the way down to the ground. In your mild climate the lilies may bloom again later in the summer. You can feed lightly now and again in mid-summer, using a 5-10-10 processed fertilizer, or you can mulch the bed with aged-compost which will deliver small doses of nutrients as the compost decomposes throughout the summer.
Enjoy your flowers!
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