Wednesday, December 17, 2008

Lillium Longiflorum.

Also known as the November Lily and Christmas Lily. I have them growing next to our entertainment area, amongst a self sown Night Scented Jasmine. During the day, we have the wonderful perfume of the Lillies and at night time, the Jasmine. So perfect, with Christmas only a week away. As we are having the Christmas meal and opening of gifts from Santa, in the garden this year.
Wish I had a scratchy gadget on here so you could smell the flowers.


6 comments:

Rhyleysgranny said...

Oh Sal I can nearly smell them. I love lilies. These are beautiful.
xxx

Julie said...

Amazingly white and with beautiful stamens!!! Opening gifts in the garden sounds devine!!! Happy Christmas to you and yours!

patientgardener said...

How nice to have your Christmas meal in the garden

agapi said...

THANK YOU for your sooooo lovely pictures. Here in Stockholm it´s the shortest days of the year (it´ll turn on Sunday)cold, rainy,windy and grey!
Whwn I look at your flowers I begin to believe in Summer...

Terre said...

Hi. I'm looking for night scented jasmine! Do you know where I can find one please??? Thanks

Sally said...

Terre.
I am not sure where you are, so I can't really help you. Try your local plant nursery, on-line or gardening magazines.
Wish I could be more help to you. I have 7 now and every week I am pulling new little one out and putting in the bin.
They are truely beautiful though.
Sorry, regards Sally.