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Lilium parvum

Sierra Tiger Lily, Alpine Lily
Zone: 5a, 5b, 6a, 6b, 7a, 7b, 8a, 8b, 9a
Exposure: Part Shade
Height: Minimum 2 feet , Maximum 6 feet
Width: Minimum 1 feet , Maximum 2 feet
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a mostly unbranched stem sprouts from a scaly bulb growing in a cluster of six or seven. Pointed leaves scatter themselves in sparse whorls up the 2-6 ft tall stem. Dozens of upward facing, bell-shaped flowers have tangerine orange tepals that slightly curve back revealing a light orange or yellow throat spotted purple or brown. flowers are smaller with orange stamens that do not protrude beyond the tepals. Fruit is a capsule less than 1 inch long. flowers bloom June-August. Sierra tiger lily is found in moist areas such as bogs, streamside and smongst willows from 4000-9000 ft in the Sierra Nevada. Partial shade in moist to wet soil. The plant readily hybridizes with other Lilium species growing close by. (Source: Seven Oaks Native Nursery)
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Name City/State Email Phone Prod Type Availability
Sevenoaks Native Nursery LLC Albany, OR Email now 541-757-6520 Bare Root: 2 Bulbs: 2 Container: 2 Liner: 2 Seedling: 2
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