Ice Dancer Oriental Lily (White) – 5 Bulbs are included in the set.
In the Pacific Northwest during cool summers, large upward-facing, slightly “cupped” blossoms occasionally lean toward ivory tones, although in warmer regions, they stay purely white. “Ice Dancer” is an excellent type to pair with peach tones in your garden because it has a faint tint of gold in the nectaries.
The plants flower in the late spring or summer. Six tepals spread or retract to create the flowers a variety of shapes, from a funnel to a “Turk’s cap,” and are borne in racemes or umbels at the stem’s tip. At the base of each flower, the tepals are independent of one another and bear nectaries.