Lilium mackliniae PAB 9327

A reintroduction from Manipur of the fabled 'Manipur lily', originally found by Kingdon-Ward on Mt Shiroi, Manipur and named after his wife, this is a very beautiful species with stems up to about 50cm in cultivation, though sometimes taller in the wild, bearing pale white-pink bell like flowers, flushed a little darker at the base. For a cool position in humusy soil.

Pot size: 1L
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