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As a comment about Lily (Lilium speciosum var. gloriosoides), gwhizz wrote:

The 'Cadillac' of the lilium fleet. These l.Gloriosoides grow freely on a creekbank under pine and gum trees, about 900 ft above sea level at 'Glenbrook Bulb Farm' at Abbottsfield-Sth Tasmania. They are pollinated every 2nd year, and seeds are promised well in advance [next years' should there be any' are already spoken for]. Many seeds have already been sent around the world in hope that the species thrives.
Name: Lisa
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Aug 5, 2014 1:31 PM CST
This flower is absolutely breath taking!! Hurray!


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