Casablanca Lily Flower Information

Casa Blanca is a hybrid
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Positive On May 29, 2011, Bazuhi from Downers Grove, IL (Zone 5a) wrote:

It's 2011 and this is my favorite of the Oriental Lily.... Mine have been around since 2002 when I first ordered them from Jackson and Perkins. Mine are in full sun and reach a height of at least 4ft and just spill thier frangrance all over the yard...In fact they have even appeared to have multiplied where they are currently growing. I have never staked mine and they have never fallen over either which I am suprised as my other orientals need staking. In fact I love these so much that now that I have a new sun garden areas after some tree removal I have order 10 more of these bulbs from Edenbrothers and have placed them in different areas so I can get MORE of thier devine fragrance.! I planted the new ones in April right when I got the bubs and already I see them sprouting.. I am very excited! I actually have a photo of my older plant from a shots taken in 2008.. check them out

On Aug 26, 2010, foreseen from Hamtramck, MI wrote:

This lily has one of the most beautiful fragrances I have ever experienced in my life! The fragrance is much stronger and more pleasant then any other oriental lilies I have come across. The flowers are big and beautiful. The only negative aspect of this lily is that, like all lilies, it has such a short blooming season and squirrels love to destroy the plants. If only this lily could be an ever-blooming tree in Michigan (sigh lol).

On May 29, 2010, nwh from Chicago, IL wrote:

You can't go wrong with these! They are easy to grow and just spectacular. I have grown them for over 11 years. When we moved I brought some of them with me, I put them in pots and dragged them along in the heat of July -- not the best time to move a plant--but they survived and thrived.

On Aug 12, 2009, rschluss from Medford, MA wrote:

without question, this is the most spectacular flower in my garden. size, form, and fragrance all combine to create breathtaking flowers.

On Jul 16, 2009, cloverlymd from Silver Spring, MD wrote:

We have a bunch of these in a bed on the north side of the house here in Maryland. They are always reliable and spectacular, and the scent is penetrating.

On May 19, 2009, Articulady from Palmyra, VA wrote:

I have been growing Casablanca lilies since 1989 - I first purchased 3 bulbs from B & D Lily in Washington State. I have always kept them in big tubs, mostly exposed...


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2009-11-13 06:45:34 by amanda9131

The farm and garden side of CL is a good place to advertise a trade. This forum is intended as a place to exchange information. In Seattle, we have a large group of people who belong to the "Freecycle Network," which has an online structure in place for helping people give away and receive items, all for free (no trades). Try Googling "freecycle network" with your city name. Also, people post the plants they have and the plants they want on "Dave's Garden," and I often see notices about them in the "PlantFiles" section of that website. What I do is Google "PlantFiles Oriental Lily Casablanca" or some other plant name to learn about the plant, and if it's available as a trade


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