Hybrid Asiatic Lilies - Knowledgebase Question

Colleyville, Te
Question by christopherl8
April 9, 2010
How many times do you Hybrid Asiatic Lilies bloom? More than once, all season continuously?

Answer from NGA
April 9, 2010


Hybrid lilies can be classified into two categories, Oriental hybrids and Asiatic hybrids. Orientals are characterized by large (6-8"); highly fragrant; red, purple, pink, or white flowers. Asiatics have smaller blooms (3-4") with no fragrance and are available in bright shades of gold, yellow, orange, rose, pink and white.

The natural season for flowering is once each year: Asiatic lilies bloom in late spring and early summer; Oriental lilies bloom naturally in late summer.

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