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Tiger Lily | Lilium columbianum

Perennial erect flower that grows up to 4′ tall and has narrow lance-shaped leaves that are 1-4″ long. Flowers May to August. The showy characteristic lily flowers are bright orange with red/ purple spots near the center. The flower hangs downward and the petals curl backwards toward the stem.


Plant Details

HabitatsOak Woodland, Upland Prairie and Savanna, Mixed Hardwood-Conifer Forest or Woodland, Wet Prairie
Habitat NotesMeadows, thickets, open forests and clearings.
Mature Height2-4’
Shade Preferencesun, part shade, shade
Soil ToleranceMoist, well-drained soil
Special UsesAttracts insects, bees and butterflies; Ornamental