Lilies grown in the bed with Rhododendrons and Laurel not only do very well but present a most charming appearance. Lilies need the shelter that the Rhododendrons so well supply, as they are susceptible to late frosts and are injured by the buf-fetings of the wind which they do not well withstand. And then Lilies do better in the partial shade where Rhododendrons should be placed. The bright, glossy leaves of the shrubs make an ideal background and base for the graceful nodding caps and bells. Use Lilium longifloram, Lilium umbella-tum, Lilium tigrinum, Lilium candidum, Lilium auratum for a succession.