Park's Candy Lily Seeds
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Park's Candy Lily Seeds

Iris-Like Blooms in a Rainbow of Colors!


Developed right here at Park!

Item # 01540-PK-P1
In stock - allow 3-5 business days for order processing prior to shipment.
$4.95
Quantity
Genus x Pardancanda
Species norrisii
Variety Park's Candy Lily
Item Form (P) Pkt of 20 seeds
Zone 5 - 10
Bloom Start To End Mid Summer - Late Summer
Seeds Per Pack 20
Plant Height 3 ft
Plant Width 12 in
Bloom Size 3 in - 4 in
Additional Characteristics Flower
Bloom Color Mix
Light Requirements Full Sun, Part Shade
Moisture Requirements Dry
Resistance Heat Tolerant
Soil Tolerance Normal,  loamy
Uses Ornamental, Outdoor

Review Summary
(Based on 3 Reviews)

4.5 star rating
Overall Rating: 4.5 / 5.0

Reviews

5 star rating
Cold-Hardy Plant with Unique, Beautiful Flowers
C in Brooklyn from NY wrote on August 21, 2019

The seeds took a while to germinate, but one of them grew steadily and started to bloom within a year from germination. The flowers look very exotic (to me) and beautiful. They are like the daylilies in that they only last a day. However, there are so many flower buds on the plant which actually multiplied into several plants; there are 1 to 5 blooming flowers daily. Very happy with this. Highly recommended.

5 star rating
Very nice flowers
Debra from AL wrote on March 29, 2014

Well, I was just looking around and saw the Candy Lily. I purchased them from you years ago, and I loved them. I saw the customer review and wanted to give an excellent customer review - the only reason I no longer have them is my daughter through them out when we were redoing my very small garden - I wanted to give an excellent review - they bloomed the first year and continued for years to come. Very nice flowers.

3 star rating
Patience is a virtue
liveplantsstl from MO wrote on January 09, 2013

I bought these seeds in very early 2011. Germination rates were very poor. From multiple packets of seeds, I ended up with maybe half a dozen plants. They were kept potted for the summer, then dug up and dried out in late autumn, and placed in sphagnum moss for storage in an outdoor storage area over the winter. All plants were still alive come spring. In July of 2012, one or two of the plants bloomed. Resulting flowers were ONLY orange with red freckles. Half a dozen seeds collected from only one pod. Waiting to see if 2013 brings any other color variations than what appears to be your basic Blackberry Lily. If you start these plants from seed, consider throwing away less money by using a heat mat and seed starter dome indoors. Use a basic potting "mix" (not potting "soil") that has been sterilized in the oven first. These seeds are tricky. Will NOT flower the first year no matter how soon you can germinate the seeds.