- USDA Zone
- Partial shade
- Well-drained, yet moist
The perennial herb is a native of North America. It can be grown in borders and rock gardens. The nodding flowers have recurved petals, protruding anthers and a sweet, peppery smell. The light green lance-shaped leaves occur in whorls around the tall, slender stems of the plant. The lilies hang downwards in a delicate fashion, making them a sight to behold.
The plant has average water needs. It should be watered regularly, avoiding overwatering.
Wait for the foliage to ripen before removing the stems.
Fertilize in spring.
Cold Hardiness: Through zone 5
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