Orange Marmalade martagon lily
Orange Marmalade martagon lily

An unspotted, dull orange martagon which lacks pollen on its white anthers. Stems grow 1.2 to 1.5 M tall and are black, with some green mottling and 24-32 flowers on each one. Blooms early July.

Introduced by Ed Robinson as Tsinson in 1972: Tsinson being formed from tsingtauense and dalhansonii, both species was deemed not acceptable as a name under ICNCP, 2004: Article 19.13 - after 1959 a name must be in any language other than Latin. It was renamed Orange Marmalade by Eugene Fox in 1994.

  • II(b/c-d) Martagon
  • Bred by Ed Robinson
  • Hybridized pre-1972
  • Registered 1994
  • Parentage: L. dalhansonii X tsingtauense
  • AKA 'Tsinson'
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