Lilium longiflorum re-sprout

J. Agoston
Mon, 29 Oct 2012 12:43:40 PDT
Dear Arnold,

Thank you for your reply. These trays were in a greenhouse and kept
constantly damp, from moist to saturated, never been dried out. I have read
that they are grown in the Netherlands and in North-France, and they also
experience re-sprouting in september-october.

Maybe this plant has a very short vernalization time, and when weather gets
warm after a cold spell they return growing. Or maybe it was crossed with
L. formosanum and L. philippinense, they are closely related, says the

Hungary, Z5a

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