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Ipheion 'Rolf Fiedler'

Ipheion 'Rolf Fiedler'

A gift several years ago from Marion Jarvie, we grow this in a cold greenhouse and it puts on quite a display with big clear blue flowers. There are about ten species of Ipheion, although uniflora seems to be the only one in general cultivation, and Rolf Fielder is either a selection or hybrid of it.
$8.00

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Ipheion uniflora 'Jessie'

Ipheion uniflora 'Jessie'

South American but surprisingly hardy growing in temperate Argentina, this has been a Brodia and Tritelia at one time or another the confusion dates to antequity, the starry 4cm flowers open when the sun shines.Jessie is the darkest blue of any Ipheion
$8.00

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Ipheion uniflora 'Pink Form'

Ipheion uniflora 'Pink Form'

An apparently unnamed pink form courtesy of Marion, much rarer in cultivation than the blue forms.
$8.00

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Ipheion uniflora alba

Ipheion uniflora alba

South American but surprisingly hardy growing in temperate Argentina, this has been a Brodia and Tritelia at one time or another the confusion dates to antequity, the starry 4cm flowers open when the sun shines.
$8.00

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Leucojum autumnale

Leucojum autumnale

Fall flowering as you would expect, leaves appear after the flowers 1-3 white flowers with a pink tinge on 6" stems.
$8.00

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Leucojum roseum

Leucojum roseum

Like a smaller more delicate autumnale with pink flowers, it looks cute in a trough.
$8.00

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Lilium candidum

Lilium candidum

Grown from Archibald's seed, these are a couple years old, and unlike most of the Dutch stock, which caries a huge virus load, appear virus free. Candidum is unusual, in autumn if forms an evergreen basal rosette of strap shaped leaves, which send up a scape of 10-20 pure white, funnel shaped fragrant flowers in spring Zone 4
$12.00

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Lilium michiganense

Lilium michiganense

Always a favorite, we grew these from seed a few years ago, these are the typical form; we really should propagate a few of the variants (a blatant hint to Fred and Tony)
$8.00

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Lilium papiliferum

Lilium papiliferum

This came to us as simply seed of “Lilium sp.” and when the seedling flowered, we were very thrilled to discover what they were. This is one of the smaller of the asiatic lilies, mature plants only reach about two feet, and unlike the short, squat, hybrid asiatics, this one has very fine delicate leaves and smaller flowers so the entire plant is in scale and would look very much at home in a rock garden. The flowers are a deep, rich, sophisticated shade of burgundy that, unlike any other lily I've seen, has three petals (okay, actually sepals) which are held straight out white the three petals (actually petals this time) are strongly recurved for a very cool, different look to the flower. In keeping with the overall size of the plant, bulbs are quite small, but are of flowering size. Zone 5, we think.
$12.00

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Lilium superbum

Lilium superbum

Large 6-8' pagoda of downward facing orange Lilies, with reflexed and spotted petals, up to 40 to a stem; it is similar to Lilium martagon. Please do not confuse this wonderful plant with those ugly orange wild daylilies.
$15.00

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