Lily Perennializing in Ithaca, Louisiana and Holland

W.B. Miller, J. Kuehny, H. Gude

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    Abstract

    In May 2006, we published a newsletter (number 10) where we first reported on our experiences with multi-year flowering of a variety of “cut flower” hybrid lilies at Cornell’s outdoor trialing site, Bluegrass Lane, in Ithaca NY. In 2002-2003, we planted a range of LA, Asiatic and Oriental hybrid lilies to investigate perennialization. While not a formal trial, the 2006 newsletter showed that a range of hybrids, primarily bred for cut flower use, performed very well in outdoor garden situations in upstate New York
    Original languageEnglish
    Pages (from-to)1-9
    JournalFlower Bulb Research Program Newsletter
    Issue numbermay
    Publication statusPublished - 2010

    Keywords

    • sets
    • ornamental crops
    • cut flowers
    • lilies
    • lilium longiflorum
    • america
    • new york
    • field crops
    • perennial habit
    • bedding plants

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