Key

Trade Or Nursery Catalogue Name

Season Of Bloom

Type Of Flower

Colour Of Flower

Average Height

* o

elegans aluta-ceum

May

c

Apricot

9 inches

* o

bulbiferum

June

c

Crimson

1 foot

* o

elegans Alice Wilson

June

c

Lemon yellow

1 1/2 tft

* o

elegans aurora

June

c

Orange, suffused with red

* o

elegans incom-parabile

June

c

Rich crimson red spotted with black

1 1/2 ft.

* o

elegans van-houttei

June

c

Crimson

1 ft.

Plate XL

Plate XL. In solving the difficult planting problems on exposed lake-fronts and river-fronts there is no plant, in the limited list of adaptable types, to excel the beach-plum. (See page 187, group XXV-B)

Plate XLI

Plate XLI. The problem of developing desirable undergrowth plantings in wooded areas requires much study of plants as nature places them. The rhododendron, except in exposed locations, is "happy" in woodland areas where soil conditions meet the root requirements. (See page 196)

Table Of Lilies (Continued)

Key

Trade Or Nursery Catalogue Name

Season Of Bloom

Type Of Flower

Colour Of Flower

Average Height

o

tenuifolium

June

D

Bright scarlet

1 1/2 ft.

* +

browni

June, July

A

Pure white inside, reddish brown out

2 to 3 ft.

o

candidum

June, July

A

Purest white

4 ft.

* o

croceum

June, July

C

Deep orange

3 to 4 ft.

o

maculatum (hansoni)

June, July

D

Rich yellow spotted with black

3 to 4 ft.

o

martagon

June, July

D

Purple

3 ft.

* o

elegans (um-bellatum da-huricum)

June, July

C

Variable pale yellow through orange to deepest crimson

2 ft.

=

canadense

July

D

Variable in shades of yellow and red

3 ft.

o

chalcedonicum

July

D

Bright scarlet

3 to 4 ft.

* o

elegans cenus-tum macran-thum

July

C

Orange

2 ft.

o

testaceum (ex-celsum)

July

D

Nankeen yellow, unique in colour effect

4 to 5 ft.

grayi

July

D

Red, purple spots

4 ft.

+

humboldti

July

D

Yellow, purple, white

4 to 6 ft.

o

longiflorum wil-soni

July

A

White

3 to 4 ft.

o

martagon album

July

D

Pure white

3 ft.

o

martagon dal-maticum

July

D

Dark blackish purple

4 to 6 ft.

+

szovitzianum

July

D

Pale to deep yellow spotted with black

4 to 5 ft.

+

pardalinum

July, August

D

Varies from orange to bright red

6 to 8 ft.

=

superbum

July, August

D

Orange red to crimson, black spotted

6 to 8 ft.

+

auratum platy-phyllum

August

C

White, red spotted, and yellow banded

4 ft.

* +

auratum

August

C

White, crimson spotted, yellow banded down centre of each petal

4 ft.

+

auratum virgi-nale

August

C

White, yellow spotted yellow banded

4 ft.

+

auratum rubro-vittatum

August

C

White, crimson band down each petal

4 ft.

Table Of Lilies (Continued)

Key

Trade Or

Nursery Catalogue Name

Season Of Bloom

Type Of Flower

Colour Of Flower

Average Height

+

auratum wittei

August

C

White, unspotted, yellow banded

4 ft.

* o

batemanniae (elegans ful-gens)

August

C

Rich apricot

4 ft.

* o

tigrinum

August

B

Red, heavily spotted

3 to 4 ft.

* o

tigrinum splen-dens

August

C

Apricot, yellow with dark spots

3 to 4 ft.

* +

elegans wallacei

Deep orange yellow, darker protuberances

4 to 8 ft.

* o

henryi

August, Sept.

B

* o

speciosum album

August, Sept.

B

Pure white

3 ft.

* o

speciosum ru-brum

August, Sept.

B

Rose coloured

3 ft.

* o

speciosum mel-pomene

August, Sept.

B

Dark crimson purple

3 ft.

* o

tigrinum for-tunei

August, Sept.

B

Red, heavily spotted

4 ft.

b. Easy culture in garden soil:

Lilium auratum Gold-banded Lily

Lilium candidum Madonna Lily

Lilium croceum Alpine Lily

Lilium philadelphicum Wild Red Lily

Lilium regale Regal Lily

Lilium tenuifolium Coral Lily

Lilium tigrinum Tiger Lily

Lilium speciosum (especially variety rubrum) Showy Lily

Lilium wallacei Wallace's Thunbergian Lily c. Moist and boggy locations:

Lilium canadense Wild Yellow Lily

Lilium parryi Parry's Lily

Lilium parvum Sierra Nevada Lily

Lilium roezli Santa Cruz Lily

Lilium pardalinum Leopard Lily

Lilium superbum American Turk's Cap Lily d. Calcareous soil:

Lilium candidum Madonna Lily

Lilium hansoni Golden Turk's Cap Lily

Lilium monadelphum Caucasian Lily

Lilium martagon European Turk's Cap Lily

Lilium testaceum Nankeen Lily e. Open sunny positions:

Lilium candidum Madonna Lily

Lilium croceum Alpine Lily

Lilium elegans Thunbergian Lily

Lilium martagon European Turk's Cap Lily

Lilium monadelphum Caucasian Lily

Lilium tigrinum Tiger Lily

Lilium philadelphicum (best of all) Wild Red Lily f. Undergrowth under shrubs and small trees:

Lilium speciosum (all sorts) Showy Lily g. Sandy or dry soils:

Lilium bolanderi Boland's Lily

Lilium philadelphicum Wild Red Lily

Lilium carolinianum Southern Swamp Lily h. Clay soil:

Lilium candidum Madonna Lily

Lilium croceum Alpine Lily

Lilium elegans Thunbergian Lily

Lilium hansoni Golden Turk's Cap Lily

Lilium monadelphum Caucasian Lily

Lilium tigrinum Tiger Lily

Lilium philadelphicum Wild Red Lily i. Shady locations:

Lilium auratum Gold-banded Lily

Lilium hansoni

Golden Turk's Cap Lily Lilium henryi

Yellow Snowy Lily

Lilium japonicum

Japanese Lily Lilium parryi

Parry's Lily

Lilium washingtonianum Washington Lily