A Burst of Tangerine in Your Garden

Say hello to Lilium lancifolium, a fiery beauty that's sure to add a dash of drama to any garden. Known by many names such as the 'Devil Lily', 'Easter Lily', 'Japanese Lily', and 'Tiger Lily', this bulbous plant is a true showstopper.

Lilium lancifolium

Partial To Full Sun

Can handle a mix of direct and bright light throughout the day.

High Water Needs

Requires frequent watering but doesn't tolerate standing water. Needs regular attention.

Prefers Loamy or Sandy Soils

Best in loamy or sandy soils. Rocky soil may pose moderate challenges.

Moderately Adaptable Soil pH

Can thrive in multiple pH ranges.

Safe For Humans

No known toxic effects or skin irritation risks.

Safe for All Animals

No known safety risks to pets or livestock.


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About Lilium lancifolium

Standing tall between 3 to 5 feet, with a width of about 1 to 1.5 feet, the Tiger Lily is a sight to behold. It doesn't have any leaves, but it more than makes up for it with its eye-catching tangerine flowers. These vibrant blooms don't have a specific bloom time, so they can surprise you with their sudden burst of color.

Despite its many names, the Tiger Lily is most commonly known as the 'Devil Lily'. This is because of its fiery, tangerine-colored flowers that seem to set the garden ablaze with their vibrancy.

Also known as

Devil lily
Easter lily
Japanese Lily
Lance-Leaved Tiger Lily
Tiger lily

Our design recommendations

The Tiger Lily would make a stunning addition to any grove. Its height and vibrant color make it a perfect choice for adding a pop of color and a touch of drama.