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May 14, 2020 4:41 PM CST
Name: Virginia
Charleston, SC (Zone 9a)
Köppen climate classification Cfa
Native Plants and Wildflowers Region: South Carolina
I've had these lilies for about 10 years, and don't know the cultivar, or even the class.

They're crammed into a 3-gallon pot, but are blooming happily enough, so probably I'll just move them to a larger container. If I do decide to plant a few of them out, it might help to know what they are and what they like.

Thanks,
Virginia


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May 14, 2020 5:08 PM CST
Name: Dave
Southern wisconsin (Zone 5b)
Japanese Maples Plant and/or Seed Trader Seed Starter Pollen collector Peonies Lilies
Irises Hybridizer Hummingbirder Dog Lover Daylilies Clematis
Definitely an asiatic lily, division 1. But I Couldn't say for sure the cultivar name.
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May 14, 2020 5:22 PM CST
Name: Virginia
Charleston, SC (Zone 9a)
Köppen climate classification Cfa
Native Plants and Wildflowers Region: South Carolina
Thanks- I didn't expect a cultivar name- just wanted to know what sort of lily I had. It seems happy here, so I might try a few others in that class.

Thanks again,
Virginia
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May 14, 2020 6:39 PM CST
Name: Dave
Southern wisconsin (Zone 5b)
Japanese Maples Plant and/or Seed Trader Seed Starter Pollen collector Peonies Lilies
Irises Hybridizer Hummingbirder Dog Lover Daylilies Clematis
Thank you fur the acorn. If you have a place you can plant the bulbs in the ground, it will most likely increase over time and put on a great show. But if you decide to do so, wait until the fall after the stem has died back.
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