Leopard lily is an elegant member of the lily family. It grows in Oregon and California in moist to wet locations, generally seeps, springs, and along lakes, creeks and rivers. This species is also sometimes referred to as tiger lily. Growing from a bulb leopard lily can grow up to seven feet tall under ideal conditions, but is generally 4′-6′ tall. Numerous bright orange flowers with brown spots bloom in summer, decorating the tall and weeping green stalks. Prefers sun to part-shade and moist soil conditions. Attractive to a wide variety of pollinators.
Leopard lily (Lilium pardalinum) seed packets contain approximately 50 seeds per packet.
Seed Germination Instructions
90-120 days cold-moist stratification. Sow outside in fall for best germination