Polar Bear Lily

Quite short, it grows just 30 CM tall in my gardens and blooms in late July despite its shortness. Flowers are surprising large for such small stems and form in clusters that open a pale shade of melon with bright purple spotting over 2/3 of the petals. The melon shade fades to creamy white quickly. Ideal for front of the garden or along pathways.

  • I(a/-) Asiatic
  • Bred by E. H. Doerr
  • Hybridized 1966
  • Registered 1978

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