Description

Lilium harrisonianum Beane & Vollmer

Taxonomy:
Kews subsume Lilium harrisonianum under Lilium pardalinum and consider it to be a synonym of Lilium pardalinum subsp. pardalinum.

Kews accept following infraspecifics:
Lilium pardalinum subsp. pardalinum
Lilium pardalinum subsp. pitkinense (Beane & Vollmer) M.W.Skinner
Lilium pardalinum subsp. shastense (Eastw.) M.W.Skinner
Lilium pardalinum subsp. vollmeri (Eastw.) M.W.Skinner
Lilium pardalinum subsp. wigginsii (Beane & Vollmer) M.W.Skinner

Laboratory comment:
We will mention Lilium harrisonianum instead and list it separately. Maybe it´s a 4n-chromosome-set which comes true from seeds either. Its habitus and flowers are supposed to be a wee bit taller and larger.
We received bulbs and seeds from Berthold Gross some years ago, additionally to seeds from the RHS.

Origin:
Western North America; fresh soil in the near of rivers

Propagation:
sowing Lilium harrisonianum # 1 RHS ´02.17 (Lharr1)
germination –> seedlings


Lilium harrisonianum in courtesy of Berthold Gross

bulbs Lilium harrisonianum bulbs/scales # 2 BG ´08.17 (Lharr2)
planted, reserve-stock

bulbs Lilium harrisonianum bulbs/scales # 3 BG ´10.17</strong (Lharr3)
planted, reserve-stock

product-image in courtesy of Berthold Gross