Phenolic said:Lily bulbs can be the size of an acorn and still bloom? That's really surprising! The davidii bulbs I see for sale at Asian grocery stores seem huge in comparison now.
I guess I'll give Kushi Maya a go. Since you're also in Canada, Pat, would you be able to share some good sources for lily bulbs or seeds that will ship to Canada?
I almost sent back and complained about Nepalense when it came and seen it and posted on here to find out that it is that size.... the blooming flower once it has bloomed will be very big though. At the moment mine are not blooming yet.
I ordered a lot of my bulbs from the Lily Nook and also ordered some from SW Gardens........you can google them and see what they offered
SW Gardens is here in Ontario and the Lily Nook is out in Manitoba........both were good to work with and both are every knowledgeable and the bulbs are very healthy as well......
great selection as well
Kushi Maya has not bloomed here yet but will soon and it came from the Lily Nook. the plants are huge but no flowers as of yet although they have buds.......about 3 a piece I would say that I can see....
Nepalense was just for fun and very expensive but wanted to see what it looks like and was curious
another good lily for you to try is Regale.........it is beautiful and reasonable and pretty much grows everywhere. It is also a species trumpet but the bulb is pretty good size.......