, Wiggins Lily, plant that looks like a delicate Leopard Lily. This lily grows in bogs, creeks, lakes and seeps up on both sides of the California Oregon Border under Douglas Fir, White Fir
and Ponderosa Pine
The flowers are large yellow with purple spots. This lily seems very stable here and likes regular water an doesn't care about much else. Easily held in pots. The only problem we've had are chipmunks. The little devils dig up each one and eat them.
Use around a water feature, pond, or watered planter.
New name is Lilium pardalinum ssp. wigginsii
Lilium wigginsii tolerates seasonal flooding.
Lilium wigginsii's foliage color is green and type is deciduous.
Lilium wigginsii's flower color is yellow.
Communities for Lilium wigginsii:Red Fir Forest, Mountain Meadow, Riparian (rivers & creeks) and Yellow Pine Forest.
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