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Talking about Lily (Lilium 'Star Gazer'), magnolialover wrote:

'Stargazer,' though its own clone lily cultivar, has been often synonymous with an oriental lily. Many cultivars are sold as 'Stargazer,' but are not actually the Stargazer clone bred by Leslie Woodriff. Buying this Lily from a reputable grower increases your chances of actually getting the real clone, Stargazer, not just an unnamed oriental lily.

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Talking about Lily (Lilium 'Tiny Parrot'), kylaluaz wrote:

The flowers of this lily are significantly larger than those of Tiny Orange Sensation (I wondered if I had confused them somehow.) As well, Tiny Parrot has a rim of yellow-gold around the edge of each petal. So it is fairly easy to tell the two apart after all. This lily makes an amazing display for such a small plant.

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Talking about Lily (Lilium 'Tiny Parrot'), kylaluaz wrote:

Tiny Parrot and Tiny Orange Sensation look very similar in photos. From what I can tell, the main difference is that Tiny Parrot is slighly less orange, more of a golden yellow, behind the red stippling. I have the two planted near each other, so I will be able to compare closely when they both open. This lily's buds are quite a bit larger than Tiny Orange Sensation's also, at least to date.

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Talking about Lily (Lilium 'Casa Blanca'), lovesblooms wrote:

Pure white, immaculate form, up to 6 blooms per stem. A dainty vision with pink roses.

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Talking about Lily (Lilium 'Black Beauty'), lovesblooms wrote:

As you can see in my photo, these did need to be staked, but I forgive them. Look at those flowers! These are first-year plants in full sun, in a new bed of clay amended with leaf compost. Maybe they'll be stronger next year, maybe not. I don't mind staking, although I'll probably find a cage rather than the bamboo stakes this year.

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