LA Hybrids

L x A represents longiflorum x asiatic lilium class divisions and were an exciting breakthrough in lily cross-breeding. They are a cross between an asiatic and an Easter lily. Very large blooms on a hardy and reasonably tall stem, along with fragrance (on some) are this hybrid's features. They multiply rapidly and perform well in the garden, although they are bred for the cut flower trade. Because the flowers are huge, with wider leaf margins, the cut flowers have a longer blooming life. Blooming starts in mid July.

We find these hybrids to be reliably hardy to zone 3, although we have reports of zone 2b hardiness, there are many in zone 2 who say they are not.  Those living in the chinook zone may have trouble with winter hardiness, although as I stated before there are many living in the chinook zone as well with no trouble growing them.

This gallery is split into two sections, you can choose from varieties beginning with A-K or L-Z.

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Below is the list of lilies by name included here. The lily name for each photo will also show at the bottom left within the popup.

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Click any image to have it open in a larger size, inside a popup. After opening one you can go back and forth between images inside the popup.

Below is the list of lilies by name included here. The lily name for each photo will also show at the bottom left within the popup.