‘Time Zone’ Orienpet Lily
We have pictured two different looking flowers. Grown in the shade, Time Zone’s flower will be a shade of blue verses the red raspberry color grown in the full sun/afternoon shade! Luscious, rich raspberry rose with a delightful white star in the center of each stupendous flower. The sturdy stems easily support the large flowers and stand up to our evening winds and even the occasional hailstorm!
Orienpet lilies are cross bred between Oriental and Trumpet lilies making them extremely fragrant and much taller than any other lilies. They produce huge blooms (from 4 inches to 8 inches across) and large-sturdy stems to support the massive blooms. Because they can grow to heights of over 6 feet from their third year on, staking is recommended so they will not fall or blow over. In most cases, they can withstand hot or afternoon sun and will adapt to most soils very well. However, they are best grown in morning sun and afternoon shade. They may take a little extra care but are well worth the effort!