Lilium bulbiferum var. croceum

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Standard Cyclopedia of Horticulture

Lilium croceum, Chaix (L. aureum, Parkin. L. aurantiacum, Hort.). Bulb similar to that of L. bulbiferum: st. stout, 3-6 ft. high, furrowed or striated, deep green, lower part spotted deep purple, upper part and buds covered with white down: leaves 50-100, horizontal or semi-erect, 2-4 in. long, 1/4 - 1/3 in, wide: flowers 1-20, 3-4 in. diam., bright orange-yellow spotted purplish black in center and sometimes tinged red; anthers red. Late June, July. Alps Mts. of Switzerland, France and N. Italy. — A handsome, snowy lily, hardy, vigorous, long-lived, of the easiest cultured and highly recommended. Var. Chiixii, Hort., is of much smaller growth, only 1 - 1 1/2 ft. high, with 1-3 flowers and comes into bloom earlier. CH

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