Wild Lily: L. nevadense Eastwood 1933

Found in the Sierra Nevada from northern California to Mount Shasta and in Oregon, mostly on damp alluvial soils in meadows and along river banks. The bulbs are solitary, rhizomatous with triple-jointed scales. The stem is 2-3 feet high, occasionally higher, with broad lanceolate leaves arranged in whorls. Up to 25 small, speckled, scented flowers of orange-yellow with red tips. Should be planted 4-4-2- inches deep in good draining leaf-mould mixed with peat and sand. Slow germination.

Successfully crossed with L. parryi (O. E. Wyatt).

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