Asiatic Lilies come from bulbs and a reliably hardy most of the time. If you are looking for ways to provide pop in a perennial border, but you don’t have a lot of room, try them. Remove the blooms when spent, but preserve the foliage for a strong bloom next year. This one was purchased at a grocery store, and it has been a delightful surprise performer every year. I don’t know the cultivar name of this dwarf orange Asiatic Lily, but I just love it. It is probably a tetraploid hybrid. The upward-facing blooms are incredible! The footprint in the garden is negligible, so it can be tucked in comfortably between other perennials. Next to blues or green-flowering plants, it is outstanding. Asiatic Lilies are not fussy and provide bold color to the garden.