Washington lily (Cascade lily) bears several large, fragrant, trumpet-shaped flowers, delicate, waxy white or pale pink, often dotted with purple spots. Good in hummingbird and butterfly gardens. Named after Martha Washington, this lily is not actually found in the state of Washington.
|Plant Type||Perennial bulb.|
|Height at Maturity||12-72"|
|Light Requirements||Full sun, part shade.|
Well drained, semi-dry soil.