The old orange Tiger Lilies have been a mainstay of Australian gardens since goodness knows when as they are so tough and obliging. These new selections are just as tough but come in exciting new colours.
‘Corsage’ has blush pink, outward facing slightly reflexed flowers with maroon freckling and a thin maroon eye liner edge to each petal and a white centre. A strong growing heirloom variety which has recently and rightly been brought back into cultivation. Read more about Lilium ‘Corsage’
‘Night Rider’ has upward facing, slightly recurved, purple-black flowers merging to black in the throat. An extraordinary new variety which will make a good cut flower as well as an exotic garden subject. ‘Night Rider has no fragrance
‘Pink Giant’ is a very strong growing lily which soon increases to good sized clumps. Large elegantly recurved soft pink flowers are heavily speckled with black dots are carried 20 or more on 150cm tall strong stems. Read more about Lilium ‘Pink Giant’
‘Yellow Bruse’ is a true yellow form of the Tiger Lily with warm yellow reflexed petals, maroon speckling around the centre and green nectary lines. As easy to grow as the Tiger Lily ‘Yellow Bruse’ will carry up to 20 flowers on each 150cm tall stem. Read more about Lilium ‘Yellow Bruise’