Asiatic Dwarf Lily Varieties

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A list of popular short growing lily varietiesA list of popular dwarf and short lily varieties, by name.

 Click on any lily name to start the image show.

Denia

Lillian

Crimson Pixie

Juanita

Wine Pixie

Red Pine

Lollypop

Blackbird

Apple Blossom

Buff Pixie

Orange Pixie

Pink Pixie

Cherished

China

Dawn Patrol

Double Creamsickle

Honey Pink

Ladies Choice

Tropicana

Melissa Jamie

Mother Theresa

Petit Pink

Polar Bear

Pink Peach

Red Carpet

Smokie

Rusty

Silverwood

Snow Leopard

Virginia

Strawberry Vanilla Latte

Tinkerbell

The above list is a partial listing of dwarf varieties we grow (in dire need of updating, my goodness we must have a dozen of the Tiny Series alone to add!), all grow 24 inches or less in height. All of the above named varieties are hardy to -40 Celsius (temps often reach this in winter for a few days or even weeks here). They have survived here without winter protection whatsoever. Our best dwarf varieties come from the breeding efforts of Fred Fellner, a hybridizer located near Vermillion, Alberta.

Often I come across articles in magazines or books recommending planting short varieties in pots - these lilies are suitable for pots due to their short statures, but inexperienced gardeners may not know that these lilies will NOT survive the winter in pots above ground, in zones 1-4 for sure.  Not in a normal winter anyway! I wish the writers of these articles would add this to save so many gardeners frustration and disappointment in this respect!Please note that although we have listed and show photos for most varieties, it does NOT necessarily mean we still grow them all here.  After 20 plus years there are bound to be losses due to weather, disease and most of all critters.