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Zone: 5 to 9Perennial
Cultivar Notes - 'Stargazer'
When Leslie Woodriff, a Lily breeder in California, created 'Star Gazer' a quarter of a century ago, it instantly set a new standard for Oriental Lilies. This fragrant hybrid grew beautifully in the average garden, and its large, upfacing blooms on strong stems were outstanding as cut flowers. This fabulous Lily has brilliant crimson flowers that are edged pure white and have a delightful fragrance. It's still one of the best-selling Lilies in flower bouquets. Stems are less than 3ft tall, so they need no support.
Genus Notes - Lilium
Lilies are very hardy perennials and multiply year after year when planted in the garden. Shorter varieties also make excellent pot plants. Lilies are available in a wide selection of colors, heights, bloom time, and flower shapes.
Species Notes - Lilium (Oriental)
Usually tall growing with exceptionally large fragrant flowers. Flowers are mostly outward facing and often have maroon spots on the petals. Prefers warmer temperatures and good drainage (more sand) compared to asiatics.