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Eremurus - Foxtail Lilies

Eremurus (Foxtail Lilies) are quite a breathtaking sight with their flower clusters rising high on imposing stalks - towering up to 8 feet (240 cm) above the ground - making them one of the most spectacular bulbous plants. Long, sturdy, round flower spires develop from the leaf rosette starting in late spring to mid summer. The slender flower clusters are richly covered with hundreds of tiny white, yellow, pink or orange blossoms and are fragrant. Thriving in full sun, Eremurus are drought tolerant, deer and critter resistant.

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Eremurus 'Foxtrot' (Foxtail Lily)

Eremurus 'Foxtrot' (Foxtail Lily) is a stately perennial with elegant flower spikes bearing densely-packed, softest pink flowers. Soaring from a rosette of bright green strap-shaped leaves from late spring to early summer, each graceful flower spike gradually opens from the bottom upwards for a long-lasting display.

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Eremurus 'Oase' (Foxtail Lily)

Eremurus 'Oase' (Foxtail Lily) is a stately perennial with elegant flower spikes bearing tiny, densely-packed, palest peach flowers adorned with golden stamens. Soaring from a rosette of bright green strap-shaped leaves from late spring to early summer, each graceful flower spike gradually opens from the bottom upwards for a long-lasting display.

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Eremurus 'Romance' (Foxtail Lily)

Eremurus 'Romance' (Foxtail Lily) is a showy perennial boasting flowering spikes packed with hundreds of tiny salmon-pink florets adorned with sparkling yellow-orange stamens. Soaring from a rosette of strap-shaped green leaves in early to mid summer, the blossoms open from the bottom upwards for a long-lasting display.

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Eremurus (Foxtail Lily)

Eremurus (Foxtail Lilies) provide quite a breathtaking sight with their flower clusters rising high on imposing stalks - towering up to 8 feet (240 cm) above the ground - making them one of the most spectacular bulbous plants.

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Eremurus himalaicus (Himalayan Foxtail Lily)

The earliest to flower, Eremurus himalaicus (Foxtail Lily) is a stately perennial with showy flower spikes bearing densely-packed, pure white flowers, 1 in. across (2.5 cm). Soaring from a rosette of bright green strap-shaped leaves, 20 in. long (50 cm), from late spring to early summer, each graceful flower spike gradually opens from the bottom upwards for a long-lasting display.

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Eremurus robustus (Foxtail Lily)

Spectacular in full bloom, Eremurus robustus (Foxtail Lily) is a breathtaking perennial with huge flower spikes bearing up to 800 tiny flowers, the petals a pale peachy pink eventually bleaching to white, with contrasting orange stamens and a golden-yellow central boss.

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Eremurus stenophyllus (Foxtail Lily)

Dramatic in bloom, Eremurus stenophyllus (Foxtail Lily) is a showy perennial with dense flower spikes packed with small, gleaming yellow, star-shaped flowers. Soaring from a rosette of bluish-green strap-shaped leaves from early to mid summer, each graceful flower spike gradually opens from the bottom upwards for a long-lasting display.

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Eremurus x isabellinus 'Cleopatra' (Foxtail Lily)

A breathtaking beauty, Eremurus x isabellinus 'Cleopatra' (Foxtail Lily) is a tall perennial boasting glowing tangerine flower clusters rising high on imposing stalks, adding drama and spectacular vertical lines in the garden.

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Eremurus x isabellinus 'Pinokkio' (Foxtail Lily)

Shorter than most other varieties, Eremurus x isabellinus 'Pinokkio' (Foxtail Lily) is a showy perennial boasting elegant flower spikes packed with deep orange-yellow flowers adorned with burnt orange anthers.

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