Western Wood Lily

Wood LilyWood Lily Landscape

Western Wood LilyLilium philadelphicum var. andinum

General: Beautiful perennial from a whitish, scaly bulb with showy flowers.

Leaves: Long, narrow, dark green leaves alternating near the base and whorled near the top of the stem.

Flowers: Singular or branched at the end of the stem. Six reddish-orange petals, yellow at the bases with black spots.

Fruit: Long cigar-shaped capsules.

Reclamation Notes: Floral emblem of Saskatchewan. Mowing and/or picking destroys the flower. Wood lilies can be propagated by seed or by scales taken from the base of the bulb. Plants propagated by seed won’t germinate until the second year and won’t flower until the third or fourth year.

Wood Lily Flower         Wood Lily Seed

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