Myke, have you given thought to the possibility of raising Lilium pumilum from seed? It is quick and easy from seed - sometimes they bloom within the first year of sowing. Seed is generally readily available from the lily exchanges. Furthermore, raising the plants from seed would get around the problem of acclimating the plants to the change in hemisphere. I'll be glad to help you find a seed source if this interests you. Jim McKenney Montgomery County, Maryland, USA, USDA zone 7, where Lilium pumilum tends to be short lived.