We are pleased to offer the rare yellow-flowered form of the dwarf Asian (China, Japan, Korea, and Russia) Lilium concolor. Lilium concolor is a wide-ranging species that can be found in moist open grasslands from 800' to nearly 7,000' elevation, where it grows in both acidic and alkaline soils. In the garden, expect an 18" to 2' tall stalk topped, starting in early June (NC), with a terminal spray of mostly upward and occasionally outward facing 2" yellow flowers. We have found Lilium concolor quite easy to grow in a wide range of garden conditions. Our offering of the rare yellow-flowered form is very limited in quantity. If you ever get tired of having a gold Lilium concolor in your garden, you can always use it for one of its many medicinal qualities...as a sedative, to treat an array of congestive lung issues, ulcers and to reduce bodily swelling.