Lilium martagon "alba" (White Turks Cap Lily)
Native to Europe and parts of Asia, this white blooming lily grows from three to five feet tall, with large white nodding blooms. Fall is the time to plant this lily with blooms arriving in June - July. These lilies were grown from the seeds of my own white Turks Cap Lilies and most should bloom in 2017 and for many years to come. Sun/part shade, Limited. Zones 4-8.
Lilium superbum (Turk's Cap Lily)
I know you've seen these before: tall; reddish orange, freckled blooms, and lots of them; central green star; recurved sepals and petals that resemble the cap worn by early Turks; and beautiful beyond words. Yes, that's it: Turk's Cap Lily. This native magestic lily takes a while to establish itself, but once it does, you will eventually have a colony. Give it sun or partial shade and moist soil, as its natural habitat is wet meadows, swamps and woods. Zones 5-8. Quarts.