Description

Lilium tenii H.Lév.
We actually keep to the name L. lijiangense as this is how we got the seeds from diverse sources.

Origin:
China (W Sichuan, NW Yunnan); altitude 2.900 – 3.400 m

Propagation:
sowing Lilium lijiangense # 1 Guss ´01.17 (Llij1)
germination –> seedlings –> tissue-culture (09.20)

sowing Lilium lijiangense # 2 RHS ´02.17 (Llij2)
germination –> seedlings

sowing Lilium lijiangense # 3 CH ´02.17 (Llij3)
germination –> seedlings –> tissue-culture (09.20)

sowing Lilium lijiangense # 4 CH ´05.17 (Llij4)
germination –> seedlings

bulbs Lilium lijiangense bulb/scales # 5 Pit ´09.17 (Llij5)
tissue-culture (11.18) failed

sowing Lilium lijiangense Arakawa # 6 RHS ´02.20 (Llij6)
germination in process (06.20)

sowing Lilium lijiangense Mel # 7 MH # ´11.20 (Llij7.o)
= orange clone
germination (04.21)

sowing Lilium lijiangense PX # 8 PX # ´10.20 (Llij8.o)
= orange clone

sowing Lilium lijiangense AM # ´02.21 (Llij9.o)
= orange clone, a form with red spotted orange flowers
source: Steve Garvie, Scotland

sowing Lilium lijiangense 0057 # ´09.22 (Llij10)
source: B. Olsen, China/Norway


orange clone in courtesy of B. Olsen


orange clone in courtesy of Melvyn Herbert


yellow clone in courtesy of Ole G. Larsen


above and product-image with a spectacular pattern in courtesy of Alan Mitchell