I am out of room and have several more Western American hybrid seedlings and OT's and others (yes, I am addicted to breeding) in seed flats growing. I am thinking of listing these on thebloomingauction.com if there is any interest. I will not list on this site since the last time I tried to sell lilies here they ended up rotting while waiting for payment, which never arrived....
Unfortunately even in this hellhole my bulbs still tend to be gargantuan no matter how I try to ignore them (or else they just die like all the orientals have done) so shipping will probably be a flat rate box $11.00 to start) for all but the Western American hybrids, which may be lighter but still on the large and bulky side. But the flat rate boxes hold several bulbs.
I am very crippled now and can barely walk, I won't dig these on speculation since it is much easier and economical to kill in place anything I need to eliminate now that I have no website.
I am hoping to get both hips replaced this winter but it is very expensive to have to board the cats & get a house sitter. If I cannot get the doc to do both at once it will be double expensive. I had hoped to do the worst one last winter but got a very bad roommate and I am still paying for that. The never-ending saga of the roommate from hell........
Meanwhile my good hip went bad so I no longer have a leg to stand on (or get up with) so I have to do this or won 't be able to walk at all soon.
I will try to watch this thread but I am unable to sit for long anymore, if you really need to contact me feel free to send a message via this site, I will get back to you - eventually....
Lilies I have too many of:
4n yellow seedling trumpets = yellow
Awesome seedlings: yellow/orange-peach/white
Lavender Frost X Lavender Frost seedlings = white,cream,pale yellow pink to purple frosted
Pink Cherub seedlings, Height = 4ft, white, some pink reverse or frosted
L. henryi var. citrinum
WESTERN AMERICAN HYBRIDS:
PITPARS (L. pardalinum var. pitkin X L parvuum var. hallidayi F2 generation)
Choice of pink or orange or mixed
L. pardalinum var. pitkin X L. columbianum
these seedlings look like columbianum but have the vigor of pardalinum so perform very well and grow much faster than columbianum
I have pics of all but have not yet gone thru all of my current pics since I cannot sit at this computer for very long at a time. I will post some of the PITPARS so you can see what they look like, they bloom at the same time as the Martagons for me which is why they do well, they bloom before the killer sun fries them. They are also not as sensitive to the evil rays of the sun as the Martagons are later in the season.
LAVENDER FROST SEEDLINGS
PINK CHERUBS SEEDLINGS