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Talking about Lily (Lilium 'Flavia'), Joy wrote:

Flavia only showed slight damage to the tips of the blooms through the extreme heat we got in late June of 2021. We saw temps up to 118 degrees over a three day period here in the Pacific Northwest. Temperatures never seen here before. Probably would appreciate some protection during hot weather.

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Talking about Lily (Lilium Smart Romance®), Joy wrote:

Smart Romance only burnt slightly through the extreme heat we got in late June of 2021. We saw temps up to 118 degrees over a three day period here in the Pacific Northwest. Temperatures never seen here before. Smart Romance is growing in a pot and was in full day sun. Probably would appreciate some protection from the hottest temps of the day.

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Talking about Lily (Lilium 'Playtime'), Joy wrote:

Playtime did not stand up to the extreme temperatures we got in late June of 2021. We got up to 118 degrees over a 3 day period. Unheard of here in the Pacific Northwest. Most blooms were burnt to a crisp on this lily. Buds that hadn't opened were burnt and stunted. Some opened later anyway but showed much damage. Buds that hadn't matured just turned brown and dropped off. I think Playtime is one that would appreciate some protection from the late afternoon sun even when the temps are moderate.

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Talking about Lily (Lilium pardalinum 'Sunset'), Lucius93 wrote:

Unacceptable name (name already used for another lily). Collected in the wild in 1931. According to the RHS Lily Register, it could belong to the pardalinum subsp. vollmeri.

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Talking about Lily (Lilium Pontiac®), Australis wrote:

Unfortunately there seem to be two lilies on the market under this name. The register describes the cultivar as:

RHS said:Inside of tepals brilliant yellow (9C), paler towards tips; outside of inner tepals mainly 9C, margins more intensely coloured. Spots absent; papillae conspicuous; nectaries green; pollen red-brown; stigma purple. Fls 250–300mm wide; tepals long and of medium width to broad, margins slightly ruffled, tips recurved. Lvs of medium length to long, and of medium width to broad, dark green. Stems 1.75m, green with darker spots and stripes, with up to 6 fls. Late to very late.


The majority of photos available online from suppliers show the registered cultivar to have out to up-facing blooms.

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