Apricot Fudge Lily
Unique Blooms Attract Butterflies
This unusual perennial looks more like a rose than a lily! The brown-tipped stamens are the most obvious lily characteristic, since they stand tall above the soft apricot petals of the double flower heads. Long, narrow, deep green leaves frame the stems. At full bloom, the flowers will be 3" across, and the plant itself will reach 24-36" tall when planted in full sun or partial shade. While this lily prefers well-drained soil, it will tolerate heavier soils whether acidic, clay, loamy, or sandy. Their fragrant scent will bring butterflies to your border or woodland gardens. Don't neglect the chance to add to vases and bouquets, as they're so large and colorful. Lilium 'Apricot Fudge'