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Lilium washingtonianum
Washington Lily
Lilium washingtonianum
Code: 7649Family: LiliaceaeGenus: Lilium
Plant Type:Perennial
Fragrant, trumpet-shaped pink flowers appear on tall stems, up to 20 per stem in summer. The flowers have red spots that fade to dark pink. Plant in the woodland garden. May need staking to keep the stems upright. Pacific Northwest native.
Blooms: Summer
Growth Rate: Moderate
Size Range: 48-72" tall x 6-24" wide
Cultural Information
Part Shade Part Shade
Shade Shade
Soil: Well-drained,Tolerates Dry,Tolerates Rocky
Water Use: Drought Tolerant
Maintenance: Medium
Hardiness Zone: 6,7,8,9
Cold Hardy to -10° to 0°F
Features and Benefits
Drought Tolerant Drought TolerantFragrant Fragrant
Good for Cut Flowers Good for Cut FlowersNative to NorthWest Native to NorthWest
Grown by: Blooming Nursery,Inc & Blooming Junction
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