Hello All, I have a group of L. pitkinense raised from RHS Lily Group seed and planted out around 10 years ago. They flower regularly every year without any special treatment. The plants are very much smaller and more graceful than L. pardalinum (2-3 ft) and a brighter, richer red, conforming pretty much to Ken's description They do very well during a wet spring but do not appear to require extra moisture after flowering when the soil here becomes very dry. I believe that it was once reported that a pink form was seen at Pitkin Marsh but I have never heard of it being in cultivation. At the time there was much argument between the splitters and lumpers as to whether this was a new species or merely a form of L. pardalinum; presumably the argument still rages but to my eye it looks quite distinct. There was a report in the 1976 Lily Year Book of it being grown successfully in a garden pond. Mine are about to flower so I'll try to get an image to the wiki. Cheers. Den Wilson Isle of Wight UK. Zone 8 (maritime) almost frost-free.