Lankogense Lily is a long-standing favorite and considered an heirloom lily. In July and August, expect clear pink blooms with maroon speckles to adorn this lily. The fragrant, downward-facing blooms and upright habit of this garden lily make them a great addition to the back of the perennial bed or border.
Lankogense Lily is best planted in part sun, but will tolerate full sun. Soil should be moist, rich with organic matter, and drain well.
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I got two flower stalks from each bulb the first year. Beautiful, delicate flowers on 4’ stalks are more peachy orange than pink. Flowered in June in zone 5.
Large bulbs. Lilies are sprouting!
Very big and fresh bulbs.