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Lapidaria margaretae has succulent leaves in 1 or 2 pairs per plant. They are silver-blue to silver-white often edged with yellow.

Lavandula stoechas 'New Madrid Blue Improved' is a compact Spanish lavender with bluish purple flowers and ivory white "wings".

Leonotis 'Savannah Sunset' has intriguing rusty orange flowers held at regular intervals on square stems. Blooms earlier than other species. Worth protecting in colder climates.

Leontopodium alpinum 'Blossom of Snow' has larger, white, star-shaped flowers and can rebloom in the fall.

Lilium hansonii is a rare, fragrant species for shade with thick, fleshy yellow flowers speckled brown.

'Kushi Maya' is an amazing hybrid of the rare Lilium nepalense with Oriental lilies. It has cream flowers with burgundy centres.

Lithops aucampiae Burgundy Sun Mix offers plants boldly coloured with red and burgundy with orange speckles and orange sides.

Lithops aucampiae Colourful Mix offers a wide range of colours including red, orange, brown, yellow, green, and blue.

Lithops bromfieldii var. glaudinae is a special localized variety forming beautiful reddish pink, reddish purple or purple plants with black speckling.

Lithops julii Chrysanthemum Coat of Arms Mix offers silver-grey plants boldly detailed with shades from light to chestnut brown and sometimes grey with a yellowish halo.

Lithops karasmontana Red Lips Mix has a range of bold reddish detailing atop silver-grey plants.

Living stones (Lithops sp.) are one of those succulents that captures the imagination inspiring gardeners and non-gardeners alike.

Lithops terricolor (syn L. localis) Grey Mix has bluish grey plants with yellow to pink tops speckled with grey epidermal windows.

A superlative focal point that blooms all summer long.

Lonicera 'Kintzley's Ghost' has ghostly-silver spherical bracts all season long that cup the yellow flowers and the red berries.

Lycoris aurea has showy, yellow, spidery flowers in fall followed by strap-like foliage.

Lycoris incarnata is a rare amaryllis relative that has deep pink and white striped buds opening to showy, amaryllis-like, pretty in pink flowers.

Lycoris radiata is an amaryllis relative with showy, spidery, red flowers in fall.

Lycoris sprengeri is a spectacular surprise lily with blue and pink flowers.

Lycoris x albiflora is a rare amaryllis relative that has showy, spider-like, white flowers.

Lycoris x albiflora 'Blushing Lady' is a rare amaryllis relative that has showy, spider-like flowers emerging glowing salmon pink and then developing a pale pink edge.