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Full size picture of Lily 'Orange Marmalade' (Lilium martagon)

Full size picture of Lily 'Orange Marmalade' (Lilium martagon)

Full size picture of Asiatic Lily 'Orange Art' (Lilium)

Full size picture of Asiatic Lily 'Orange Art' (Lilium)

favorite coral and orange dahlias from Floret  http://www.floretflowers.com/2014/02/flower-focus-growing-great-dahlias-part-1/

favorite coral and orange dahlias from Floret http://www.floretflowers.com/2014/02/flower-focus-growing-great-dahlias-part-1/

Plants for trees: kirengeshoma palmata. Gardenista

Plants for trees: kirengeshoma palmata. Gardenista

Ginger Willo.  2” golden orange blooms blending to a deep orange on outside edges of the petals.

Ginger Willo. 2” golden orange blooms blending to a deep orange on outside edges of the petals.

Novella    It's tough not to fall for the pure pink blooms of this large-flowering amaryllis.    Name: Hippeastrum 'Novella'    Growing Conditions: Bright light; allow the potting mix to dry between waterings    Size: To 30 inches tall    Why We Love It: The soft pink color works well with modern decor and is a fun contrast to red and green holiday decorations.  Novella

Amazing Amaryllis for Your Home

Novella It's tough not to fall for the pure pink blooms of this large-flowering amaryllis. Name: Hippeastrum 'Novella' Growing Conditions: Bright light; allow the potting mix to dry between waterings Size: To 30 inches tall Why We Love It: The soft pink color works well with modern decor and is a fun contrast to red and green holiday decorations. Novella

Lilium martagon 'Claude Shride' - Martagon liles actually prefer part shade. They form candelabras of downward facing turk's cap - type flowers. New varieties have been coming on the market in recent years. They may take a year to settle down and feel comfortable, but then they're glorious. 2-5ft.

Lilium martagon 'Claude Shride' - Martagon liles actually prefer part shade. They form candelabras of downward facing turk's cap - type flowers. New varieties have been coming on the market in recent years. They may take a year to settle down and feel comfortable, but then they're glorious. 2-5ft.

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