|Three stems of a good white clone of Lilium martagon.|
|Pink tinges on the outer surface of the segments distinguish this excellent clone.|
|Lilium martagon var. album shows no trace of pink.|
|A normally-coloured Lilium martagon at Colesbourne Park.|
|Paler pink than average.|
|L. martagon var. dalmaticum 'Naoussa Boutari'|
- a wonderful red form, introduced by the Alpine Garden Society's seed-collecting expedition to Greece (MESE) in 1999, named in commemoration of the red wine enjoyed by the team members each evening.
|The 'three graces' in evening light.|