Wild Lily: L. philippinense Baker 1873

Occurs in the Philippine Islands on Luzon, where it grows on steep grass slopes at heights of 4,500-6,000 feet. The stem can be up to 3 feet long, and carries cither one or two clear-white, long-tubed trumpet flowers during July and August.

Unfortunately not winter-hardy in central Europe, but as it is capable of reaching flowering stage within 18 months, it is ideal as a pot plant or for cutting, (NALS-LYB 1960)

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