21 Great Lily Varieties to Try in Your Garden
One benefit of daylilies is that they can grow in part shade.
Easter lilies grow multiple flowers on a central stalk, a different growth habit than many other lilies.
Stargazer lilies get their name for their upright flower presentation, one that makes them look as if they are looking to the stars.
Tiger lilies are showy with their petals that curl back, presenting a uniquely-shaped flower.
Casablanca lilies are a top choice for arrangements, fragrance flowers, and moon gardens.
Japanese lilies bloom later in the season, making them an excellent choice for succession blossoming.
The Regal lily is similar to the Easter lily and can grow as many as 12 blossoms on a single plant.
The bright pink blooms of the Acapulco lily make them a favorite for use in flower arrangements.
The Matrix lily highlights tones of red, pink, and orange.
The Fire lily is a parent to many of the Asiatic lily hybrids.