Candy pink petals with brilliant red speckling in the center. Grows 1M tall, blooming mid July. Although it attracts a lot of attention, be aware this lily was bred for the cutflower trade and thus may not be the best garden performer. In our gardens, it appears to be a botrytis magnet but it does multiply well and is still very pretty. Plant it in full sun, open location to allow lots of air movement and minimize botrytis symptoms.
- Ia Asiatic lily
- Bred 1992
- Registered 2001; 2004
- Bred by Bischoff Tulleken BV
- NALS Popularity Poll Winner 2008