Aaron Floden wrote: " My form [Lilium henryi] always blooms at about 1m. Does anyone grow taller forms?" Aaron, I would say that a 1 m Lilium henryi is atypical. Typically, even under poor culture this species goes easily up to six feet. Even plants which do not carry a heavy bud count will be tall. And I've read of plants over 10 feet high (and heard from a friend about a 13 foot plant!). Aaron also mentioned tall lilies with lots of flowers. Those of you looking for such lilies have a lot to select from. The modern hybrids known as 'Black Beauty', 'Scheherazade', 'Silk Road', 'Leslie Woodriff' are all readily available and not expensive. These plants easily go to six to eight feet tall with lots of blooms per stem - lots as in twenty-five to thirty, even more if coddled (fewer for 'Silk Road', but it's still hugely impressive when growing well). And they are fragrant. I've had 'Black Beauty' with fifty buds and fragrant blooms in my garden - and I don't coddle my plants. There are lots of others, too. But the ones mentioned above have been successfully grown wherever lilies are grown. The only criticism I've heard of these plants is that some of them are shorter in the extreme north (i.e. Canada). Jim McKenney Montgomery County, Maryland, USA, USDA zone 7, where Iris dichotoma is opening its first flowers of the year as I type.