Lilies forum: Lilium IDs

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Dijana84
Jun 25, 2017 12:25 PM CST
I got these lilies as a present but don't know the names.can someone help me?
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jmorth
Jun 25, 2017 1:42 PM CST
There's a lot of lilies out there. I can say they're probably all Asiatics (a division of lilies). Asiatics are usually the first to bloom in a season. The bottom two look like they could be called Tango lilies, a 'sub-division' of Asiatics that sometimes display a speckled like coloration closer to the center.
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Australis
Jun 25, 2017 4:46 PM CST

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Dijana84 said: Thumb of 2017-06-25/Dijana84/ed3100


This one might be Lily (Lilium 'Crossover'), which seems to vary in the degree of spotting based on conditions. It certainly is the closest match I can find at the moment. How tall is this one?
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Leftwood
Jun 25, 2017 8:44 PM CST
I don't think so. It is true that spot density can vary in a cultivar, even on the exact same plant, but the petal shape is way different. And the different pistil color may be significant, too.

By the way, I like the noid petals much better. Thumbs up Wide petals are a great characteristic for most hybridizing, one of the reasons why I like Tinos.
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Australis
Jun 25, 2017 9:14 PM CST

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You're right, Rick. I did look at the pollen and sigma colour, but didn't notice the difference in pistil colour. I didn't give much thought to the tepal shape given the variation seen in the database photos, i.e.

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