Lily bulb harvest

Lily bulbs are commonly eaten in the Far East, in the Himalayan region, and were traditionally food for the Native Americans and in Siberia. I harvested mine today! Pictures of Lilium davidii here:

Lily bulbs from a supermarket in Singapore. When planted in my garden they turned out to be Lilium davidii, David’s Lily


From left to right: Lilium davidii, Lilium davidii var wilmottiae, Lilium martagon and Lilium lancifolium (Tiger Lily)




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