Lilies to Make Your Garden Great
Saturday, March 24, 2012
Woody Imberman, president of the Wisconsin/Illinois Lily Society, touts his garden as “the largest Chicagoland garden devoted almost solely to a wide variety of true lilies.” With over 200 plants sharing the common name of lily, not all are true lilies.
A true lily comes from a bulb, whereas a daylily comes from a root. Unlike a daylily, which blooms for just one day, true lilies stay in bloom for one to two weeks and can be planted to bloom from early June till late August. $15/non-member, $12/members