Easter Lily

Lilium Longiflorum

Purchased at the Master Gardeners' plant sale in Hot Springs, April 2009.

The following information was included with them:
This is the traditional white Lily often forced into early bloom for Easter.
Planted in the garden, it flowers in late summer. Prune faded flowers, but
cut stalks back only after stems and leaves turn yellow. Lilies never go
completely dormant, so continue to water, but lightly. Divide in Spring.

Grows to a height of 1.5' to 2' and a width of 1'.
Takes full to partial sun. Hard in zones 7-10. (We are in 7B.)
Poisonous to cats!

April 25, 2009:

June 1, 2009: