Lilium "Salmon Party" is a rare oriental bulbous hybrid variety. An adult plant reaches up to 160 cm in height and has strong, straight stems. The stems are alternately large (up to 15 cm long), dark green, and entirely marginal leaves. The flowers of this hybrid variety are large (up to 25 cm in diameter), with wavy petals, colored yellow-orange (orange stripe along the entire petal). The flowers are directed upwards and have characteristic dark blotches.
This hybrid variety of lilies grows on fertile, well-loosened, and moist soil and prefers a sunny location but tolerates light partial shade. This variety of lilies does not like stagnant water but requires constant watering. Flowering occurs in July-August. The vegetation period is 100 days. When growing lilies of this variety, it is necessary to weed, water, and drain the soil in time. The hybrid type is resistant to disease and frost.