Lilies forum: Bulbils??

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Name: Phyllis
May 18, 2010 6:10 PM CST
Are Tiger Lilies, L.tigrinum (lancifolium) The only lilies to produce bulbils??
I was sitting on my front porch and notice that one lily kinda looks like it's starting to form Bulbils
I don't have any Tigers planted in this bed so i'm stumped unless I got something other then what I ordered...
I only added Trumpets and a Lily Of Nepal in this area...

Best pic I could get at night...

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Name: Tracey
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May 18, 2010 8:16 PM CST


I have several, including 'Starburst' and 'Robinson's Comet' that produce bulbils too. Oh yes, and Buggy's 'Pink Panther' has done that too. I think Lefty had a list going at some point over on DG. I had seedlings last years that did too, that came from Dotcom heritage.

So yes, there are other bulbil producers out there Hurray!
Name: Rick R.
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May 24, 2010 8:28 PM CST
Yes, it's in a thread called Who has bulbils? here:

I have kept the complete list up to date in this post in the thread:

Any additions or corrections are appreciated.

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