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Asiatic and Oriental lilies are grown extensively outdoors for cut-flower production in the United States and Canada. All bulbs used for cut-flower production are grown in The Netherlands, New Zealand, or the Northwestern United States
Lily bulbs have a solid basal plate that produces roots from its bottom and a concentric series of tight-to-loose, fleshy, overlapping scales of varying width from its top. Mature bulbs are 4 to 9 inches in circumference.
Lilies may bear a solitary flower or a multiflowered umbel. Lily flowers appear in wide array of colors ranging from white to yellow, pink, orange, and red. Many lilies have flowers with secondary colors or speckled blooms. The flowers may be borne erect, horizontal, or drooping, and can be funnel-shaped to bell-shaped.
Lily flowers can be stored for 4 to 6 weeks after harvesting and have a vase life of 7 to 14 days if harvested at the right stage and given the proper treatment.