BRIGHT DIAMOND COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF Hardy Asiatic Hybrid Lilies
Zones 3-8–These outstanding hybrid lilies have been selected for their exceptional color, growth habit, shape, height, and blooming qualities. All are hardy and easy to grow with fl owering beginning in mid to late June and continuing into July. Plant in a sunny location with good drainage for best results. A gentle slope or raised bed makes an excellent location. Good air circulation will also improve results. Bulbs need not be dug in the fall. Select 14 to 16 cm bulbs.
40978–LONDON–A standout in any garden setting. Our best yellow-fl ow- ered Asiatic. The number of blooms produced by each plant is amazing. Up- facing fl owers are canary yellow with a few black spots. Ht: 36"-40".
40974–DOLLY MADISON–A fi rst lady of the garden – beautifully gowned with deep raspberry-pink blooms. The Plants have stiff stems and lush thick green foliage. Ht: 36"-40".
40968–CAMELOT–Huge, long-last- ing fl owers. Soothing pink, unspotted blooms have wide, overlapping petals and light fragrance. Ht: 30"-40".
40996–VERMEER–A sorbet of rasp- berry and cream. Large, upfacing blooms have ivory petals heavily brushed with raspberry-pink tones. Flo- riferous plants produce 4 to 6 fl owers per stem. Ht: 36"-44".
ASIATIC HYBRID LILY COMBINATION OFFER
40543 (X)–3 bulbs each of all 8 varieties, (24 total) for $32.95
41001–BRIGHT DIAMOND–Full of sparkle and shine. Huge fl owers are unspotted pure white with only a touch of lime green in their throats. Very fl o- riferous. Ht: 40"-50"
40519–COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF–In- credible depth of color. Nothing com- pares to the brilliance of this pure red lily. The plants bloom with generous abandon. Ht: 36"-44".
40989–ROYAL TRINITY–Gentle color blends well. Flowers are luminous soft orange with yellow centers, the petals outlined in dark orange. Non-fading even in hot climates. Strong-stemmed and heavily budded. Ht: 40"-50".
41009–ROYAL SUNSET–A brilliant blend of colors. Upfacing reddish- pink blooms have large golden-apricot centers and a smattering of maroon spots. Sweetly scented. Ht: 36"-44".
PRICE OF ASIATIC HYBRID LILIES: (minimum 3 bulbs of one variety)
3 for $5.95; 6 for $10.95; 12 for $19.95; 24 for $37.95; 48 for $69.95
ASIATIC HYBRID LILY OFFER #1 40541 (X)–3 bulbs each of Bright Diamond, Dolly Madison, Camelot and Vermeer, (12 total) for $17.95
ASIATIC HYBRID LILY OFFER #2 40542 (X)–3 bulbs each of London, Commander-In-Chief, Royal Trinity and Royal Sunset, (12 total) for $17.95
TIGER PLAY OLINA DIMENSION Novelty Asiatic Hybrid Lilies
40991–TIGER PLAY–Dramatic two- toned blooms. Bright yellow fl owers are adorned with heavy splashes of burgundy plus burgundy-black centers. Heavy-fl owering plants. Ht: 30"-40".
NOVELTY ASIATIC LILY OFFER 40544 (X)–3 bulbs each of all 4 varieties, (12 total) for $21.95
40983–ORANGE ART–Creates stun- ning focal impact. Big, wide, bright orange blooms are speckled with wine- purple and banded with immense wine- purple centers. Ht: 36"-44".
40982–OLINA–Intriguing, sensation- al, eye-catching color. Deep red fl ow- ers are dramatically accented by wide, densely speckled centers of near-black. Ht: 36"-44".
40977–DIMENSION–An exciting new color in Asiatic lilies. The glossy blooms of deep merlot-purple with purple-black throats will draw many second looks. Ht: 40"-48".
PRICE OF NOVELTY ASIATIC HYBRID LILIES, select 14/16 cm bulbs: (minimum 3 bulbs of one variety)
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3 for $6.95; 6 for $11.95; 12 for $21.95; 24 for $39.95; 48 for $74.95 Phone: 1-800-247-5864
Fax: 1-800-692-5864 ALL-COLOR ASIATIC LILY MIX
40540–Zones 3-8–Fabulous color for the summer garden. Our pre- mium All-Color mixture of long- lived, easy-care Asiatic Hybrid lilies will provide lots of cutfl owers and a gorgeous display of solid and bicolor blooms year after year in June and July. They grow 2 to 5 feet tall. Select 12 to 14 cm bulbs. 12 for $12.95; 24 for $23.95; 48 for $42.95; 96 for $79.95
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