Lilium pardalinum Humboldt County

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Lilium pardalinum, the leopard lily, has flowering stems to 6’ with clusters of small red-orange, spotted, reflexed flowers.   Grow in sun to part shade in moist, moderately fertile soil. Hardy to -20 degrees F.  Grown from seed collected in   Humboldt County, California, the plants have dark red-orange flowers with nicely contrasting spots.

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